Half of Californians that buy their own individual health insurance pay the full price for health insurance because their household income disqualifies them.
These people are not considered to be high income. They are primarily the working middle class and are struggling to afford healthcare since the Affordable Care Act was implemented. The average annual income for consumers that pay full price and buy their coverage directly from the insurance carrier is approximately
Because of this there has been a surge of enrollments in Healthsharing plans, also known as Healthcare Sharing Ministries.
In the last six years, HealthSharing has evolved and with one HealthSharing plan, membership is open to people of all faiths, religions and beliefs.
One HealthSharing plan in particular operates similar to what one would expect of insurance company, such as having a network to pay providers directly, more like insurance than the others, so monthly contributions are paid to an escrow account and the plan pays the providers directly so the member is not having to file a claim or seek reimbursement.
HealthSharing is not for everyone but may be the perfect solution for many.
A free report, 7 Ways HealthSharing May be
Learn more about HealthSharing at https://www.healthsharing.com/
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