Medi-Share is not Christian Health Insurance, it is a Christian healthcare sharing ministry where members share each other's medical expenses. It's an alternative healthshare.
There are a few Christian Health care Sharing Ministries available which are ACA exempt if you are looking for an insurance alternative. The comparison between Samaritan Ministries and Christian Care Medishare was an easy one for us. Samaritan’s monthly cost structure is based on family types (couple, single, family unit).
“Medi-Share is not “Christian insurance.” Rather, it is a health care sharing program facilitated by Christian Care Ministry (CCM) through which a community of believers voluntarily come together to share the cost of one another’s medical bills. Members choose to share with each other, governed by member-voted guidelines.
The Official Medi-Share ® is a non-profit healthcare sharing ministry operated by Christian Care Ministry since 1993. Members save significantly on their monthly medical costs. The guiding principles of Medi-Share are biblical, joining like-minded Christians from all 50 states. Medi-Share ® is not Christian Health Insurance.
Members in a Health Care Sharing Ministry such as Medi-Share are exempt from the individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act found in 26 United States Code §5000A(d)(2)(B). Medi-Share is not insurance. It is a not-for-profit ministry and is not guaranteed in any way. Medi-Share is exempt from insurance regulation.
Medi-Share is a Christian healthcare sharing program where members pool their financial resources and share the medical expenses of other members. I am writing this up-to-date 2019 review based on my years of experience as a member of Medi-Share.
What Makes Senior Assist Different from Insurance? Senior Assist is a unique medical bill sharing program for seniors 65 and older with Medicare Parts A and B. Medi-Share is an authentic, Christian community that supports and believes there is a Biblical way to do healthcare.
Medi-Share is not insurance and is not regulated as insurance. Neither CCM nor any Medi-Share member assume any legal obligation to share in the payment of any medical expense incurred by another Medi-Share member. Medi-Share members are exempt from the individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.