Medi-Share Insurance?

Discussion in 'Health and Wellness' started by BM, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. BM

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    may not be posting this in the correct forum.. but was wondering if anyone uses the Christian Medi-Share Insurance and if its a good program?

    **Thanks Becky**
     
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    I don't use Medi-Share, but I use something similar - Christian Healthcare ministries (www.chministries.org/). I've only had opportunity to file a "claim" a few times, but it all worked just like they said it would. I'd definitely recommend them.
     
  3. BM

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    Thank-you for your reply...will definitely check into this!
     
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    I use Medi-Share and have had no problems. I paid the first $1000.00 for a trip to the Emergency Room and they took care of the rest with no issues.
     
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    The first One-Thousand? or did you mean the first one-hundred?
     
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    Wanted to revive this thread. Considering medi share and christian healthcare ministries. Any cons or pros with either? Thoughts on going this route both good and bad?
     
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    I was going to look into this. I need either most of my prescription costs covered every month ($400 or so) or I need no prescription coverage outside of emergencies because I am low income and can qualify for prescription assistance from drug companies. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
     

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