How Healthcare Sharing Programs Compare To Traditional Health Insurance

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY With health insurance premiums continuing to rise every year – in some areas, compounding at double-digit rates – more and more consumers are questioning whether it’s even worthwhile to have health insurance at all. Especially now that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has repealed the Individual Mandate (effective in 2019)…

ACA health insurance plans vs. Healthcare sharing ministries

by Holly Johnson October 10th, 2017 When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, it brought with it a new era of healthcare for many Americans. Individuals who had previously been uninsurable due to poor health or pre-existing conditions were now able to get comprehensive health insurance coverage via their state health insurance portal…

DPC movement model for big employers

A small but growing movement of doctors that don’t accept insurance and charge a monthly fee could be a model for big employers like Amazon and JPMorgan Lydia Ramsey Business InsiderJune 21, 2018 Direct primary care is a small but fast-growing movement of doctors who don’t accept insurance and instead charge a monthly membership fee….