U.S. Health Share Programs

Goals

To compile a list of 5-10 health share programs in the US, that cover families and ideally are national OR at least cover the States of GA and OH. The goal is to understand each program's requirements for enrollment, the cost for a family of 4, the different out of pocket costs, services offered, reviews, and exceptions.

Early Findings

During our preliminary research, we were able to identify 3 health share programs in the United States. We were then able to provide the requested information for one of the programs. We then placed these findings into a spreadsheet for easier consumption. Below is an overview of our early findings.

Programs

Medi-Share

Proposed next steps:

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First, we suggest diving deeper with additional research to provide the enrollment requirements, cost for a family of four, out of pocket costs, services, three positive reviews, three negative reviews, and exceptions (if any) for the other two health share programs that were identified in the preliminary research (Altrua HealthShare and Solidarity HealthShare). We will then place these findings into the spreadsheet mentioned above.
Considering a majority of the health share programs in the United States are faith-based, we suggest diving deeper with additional research to determine 2 additional faith-based health share programs in the United States. For each program, we will provide their enrollment requirements, cost for a family of four, out of pocket costs, services, three positive reviews, three negative reviews, and exceptions (if any). We will ensure that the programs cover families and are either national OR at least cover the States of GA and OH. We will then place these findings into the spreadsheet mentioned above.
We also suggest diving deeper to determine 2 non-faith-based health share programs in the United States. For each program, we will provide their enrollment requirements, cost for a family of four, out of pocket costs, services, three positive reviews, three negative reviews, and exceptions (if any). We will ensure that the programs cover families and are either national OR at least cover the States of GA and OH. We will then place these findings into the spreadsheet mentioned above.