Healthshare Coverage in Connecticut
This post will explain Healthshare Coverage in Connecticut so that clients can make informed choices.
Individuals and families not qualifying for an affordable care act subsidy may want to explore Healthshare Coverage. Healthshare plans are not traditional insurance plans. However, as an option these plans are ACA exempt. Members of a recognized Health Care Sharing Ministry are exempt from the requirement of maintaining health insurance. They are also exempt from the penalty that is now a requirement for those that do not have health insurance.
Healthshare Ministries are not insurance. Members make monthly contributions. Those contributions are placed into an escrow account, from which members’ medical needs are shared according to the membership guidelines as well as escrow instructions. Healthshare issues each Member an ID card. The providers of service receive pay direct from Healthshare.
Altura Healthshare is one of the nation’s leading ministries. In fact, they offer members access to national provider networks at an affordable cost.
Altrua offers these plans to clients at either bronze, silver or gold membership levels.