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Zion HealthShare, based in Saint George, Utah and named after the famous Zion National Park, was founded in 2019 to provide a secular health share option for those left out by strict religious membership requirements. One of two secular health shares, Zion HealthShare has welcomed over 45,000 members, regardless of faith. If you are willing to commit to their community’s rules and values, you are welcome to join.
Zion HealthShare determines your monthly contribution amount depending on your age group, household size, and personal responsibility amount, which they call an initial unshareable amount (IUA). They have four age ranges: 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, and 50-64 and three IUAs: $1,000, $2,500, and $5,000.
The prices for individual memberships range from the following, based on the member’s age group:
The prices for family memberships range from the following, based on the primary member’s age group:
Zion HealthShare members pay their IUA per medical need, up to a maximum of three IUAs per year, per membership. This means if you chose a $1,000 IUA the max you would pay for IUAs would be $3,000 annually, if you had three separate eligible medical needs.
Zion HealthShare does not have annual or lifetime sharing limits, meaning your medical expenses will not become ineligible for sharing regardless of the amount shared that year, or over the lifetime of your membership.
Zion HealthShare both reimburses members and bills providers directly. They do not have a provider network, so members are free to choose their own provider, and should present as self-pay patients to earn self-pay discounts.
Members submit itemized bills, receipts, and all other relevant documentation to Zion HealthShare electronically through their member portal.
You can sign up through their website by clicking right here.
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