Washington, D.C. – The Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries president, Dr. Dave Weldon released the following statement after the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services issued a report – “Reforming America’s Healthcare System Through Choice...
“There are three reasons I take patients with health care sharing ministries: It’s predictable; it’s prompt; and it’s transparent.” - Dr. Eric Potter, who runs Sanctuary Functional Medicine of Franklin, Tennessee
“I feel better about paying a monthly amount to families in need than to helping insurance companies and CEO’s make over $20 million a year.”
"They wired the money,” Nick told Strickland. “I mean, wired the money. what kind of health insurance company would do that, you know?”
Health Care Sharing members should have access to HSAs.
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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops released a letter to the Senate stating, “Those who choose to participate in alternative approaches like health sharing ministries should retain the ability to do so and be further supported.”
The Charlotte Lozier Institute conducted an independent report on Health Care Sharing in December 2015.