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One of my biggest concerns was that I would be facing a huge medical bill and that the members would just decide not to “share” with me to cover it.
After talking to the Medi-Share representative, it sounds like that isn’t much of a concern if you follow the rules.
(Note: Members may select any provider of their choosing, including out-of-network providers, but in doing so may not benefit from discounting of medical bills as with an in-network provider.) Show your Medi-Share ID Card to the provider, and pay your provider fee— initial charge for doctor visits, 5 for an Emergency Room visit.
The doctor’s office or hospital sends your bills to Medi-Share directly.
PHCS negotiates discounts, an average adjustment of 30–35% by staying in-network.
Your Provider Fee of or 5 is also deducted from the total bill.
If you already have many health conditions or are prone to lapses into substance abuse, it may not be worth it.
If you are interested in learning more just click the link below to check out their website and I would suggest giving them a call.
On one hand I think you should give the guy a break, but at the same time it is the strict rules and policies that make the program work.According to their website: “Members open their own Sharing Account with America’s Christian Credit Union.Each member household voluntarily contributes their Monthly Share into their Sharing Account.After subtracting for overhead and administrative expenses, the rest goes to pay claims.” The Medi-Share program is flexible with multiple choices of program levels, benefits, and of course out-of-pocket expense.You are given the option of choosing your own doctors and hospital, but there are discounts available for using networked professionals.