Health Care Sharing: Is it Insurance and Will My Medical Needs Really Be Met?
What really is health care sharing and can I trust it?
By Michael Miller
From the earliest days of health care sharing ministries, objections to the methods of these ministries have been raised that are based on inaccuracies and misunderstandings. As the health care landscape changes rapidly, the following are doses of reality that bust these myths. Below of just five myths about health care sharing; read The Christian Post for the five additional myths in the near future.
Myth #1: Medical providers won’t treat me if I don’t have insurance.
Reality: This myth is disproven every month as members of just one organization, Samaritan Ministries International, share more than $25 million in medical needs each month. That sharing wouldn’t happen if there weren’t bills to submit. In other words, the fact that needs have been submitted means that members went to doctors or other health care providers, were treated and received bills, which they then submitted for sharing.
(This post originally appeared on christianpost.com | Image from christianpost.com)