Thank you Impact Health Sharing for sponsoring this post.
Impact Health Sharing is a caring community of people who share each other’s medical bills. Why is this important for you? Well, it’s all about healthcare. No matter what walk of life, this is really something that we can’t just ignore. It’s really important for many of us, but sometimes the costs can be so prohibitive. But having quality healthcare for my family is one of, if not the, most important things to me. Period.
If you are like me and are self-employed (or want to be self-employed), health insurance is a really huge topic. This also goes for solopreneurs, gig economy workers, small business owners, and even those who are older and want to retire before Medicare age but can’t afford the cost. Health insurance just seems to be really, really expensive. There also seem to be fewer and fewer options out there to help combat that, especially if you are in a group or company of 2 or fewer people. It’s difficult for many to build the strong foundation they need for their families. This is really where finding good insurance is not only tricky but almost impossible. That’s where Impact Health Sharing comes in.
Impact Health Sharing delivers a modern and affordable alternative to health insurance and patient care. Impact Health Sharing is not insurance. They put the power, the freedom, and the control in paying for health plans back into your hands. Basically, Impact works better and feels better than insurance. It boils down to people helping people…and hopefully saving a bunch of money in the process. Sounds pretty good, right? Let’s talk a little more about it.
First and foremost, this is about affordability. This is just so important for the self-employed, small business owners, and gig workers of the world. Quite frankly, the cost of paying for my family’s own health insurance is something I think about every day. Currently, members are saving thousands when they switch to Impact.
Plans start as low as $65 for individuals and $330 for families. That is SOOOOO MUCH less than what current health insurance plans cost. It’s not even close. You’re talking at least $2,000 per month or more these days for a family!!! I know, it makes me gasp, too.
Ok, so far it seems like a good deal. There’s a chance to save a boat-load of money here, but what’s the catch, right? I bet you think that there’s really limited coverage. Well, I’d ask you to think again. Impact Health Sharing isn’t just for catastrophic needs, it’s more than that. This is so essential for me, as I have me (I’m hitting 45 soon), my wife, and my three kids to worry about. I couldn’t sleep well at night with catastrophic coverage only. No way.
Members experience a comprehensive medical experience and access to routine & preventative care (including annual physicals), mental health care, prescription discounts, and free telemedicine available 24/7. That’s awesome, and it’s such a comfort for me, as I’m sure it is for you as well. Ok, awesome, that takes a load off of my mind. I always want the best possible care for me, my wife, and my kids. No substitutes.
No Provider Network Limitations
Ok, so comprehensive coverage that’s affordable. Hmmm…what’s the catch now? Well, I bet you’re thinking that you have a really limited number of health care providers to visit. That must be how this all works, but I really like my doctors and having a choice when I need to see someone.
The good news is that Impact members see any doctor they want nationwide. Yep, you read that correctly. Plus, there are no network fees. This means more choices and lower costs for you with no network limitations. You can see YOUR doctor. Impact Participates with ANY and ALL health care providers. That’s what they say, it’s just that simple. Again, I only want the best for my family.
So this all sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, it gets even better. You can feel good about your choice in Impact. It’s all about building an ethics-based community that is open to anyone interested in sharing the costs of healthcare. Not only that but members are expected and encouraged to act responsibly together with the goal of saving on healthcare, regardless of religious beliefs.
And Impact is a not-for-profit organization. It is a member-centric program that focuses on members and not profits. In fact, they just GAVE BACK to their members’ portions of their monthly shares that totaled $281,260.
It’s kind of like being on the same team with the same goal of winning…winning in the healthcare game. Personal responsibility is important in all aspects of life, and seeking medical care really shouldn’t be much different.
How It Works
This is a very comprehensive video that should answer most, if not all, of your questions. Take a look! It will explain your minimum monthly commitment, your maximum annual payout, and how your copays and payment sharing works.
To find out more about Impact Health Sharing and see if this is something that will work for you and your family, be sure to check them out at:
- Search hashtags #HealthcareSharing #ImpactHealthcareSharing #ImpactHealthSharingPartner
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This is a very interesting concept. It seems as if it could really help.
Impact Health Sharing sounds like a perfect solution for families. I’m so glad here in Spain we don’t have to pay for health care.
Impact Health Sharing sounds like a nice health care provider that will meet their client’s expectations and needs.
I need to check this out. Thank you!
Indeed, our health is a priority. Like you, having a quality healthcare for my family is very important to me too. I need to check this out
This is a great post! You have such beautiful kids. <3 I never knew any of this so thanks for informing me.
Hhhhmmmmm…it just might be what I and my brothers are searching for! Our medical insurance was taken away from us and we are on the hunt, for a new provider, of some sorts! Thanks for sharing about them. I’m checking them out now as we speak…
This is a nice idea. I am part of the gig economy and I am certainly interested in this. Would love to know more. Thank you for sharing the information.
This is a very insightful post. Glad I came over this and yeah, I am sure many will be interested on this. I would research more on this so I can share to my family and friends too.