Confused about Pre-Existing Conditions?

At Liberty HealthShare, we are often asked questions about our guidelines regarding pre-existing conditions. We frequently experience members as well as health care professionals referring to Liberty as insurance. It is important for our members to remember that Liberty is a cost-sharing ministry, not an insurance company. Insurance companies, HMOs, PPOs, and the like have dictated our healthcare options for years. Because we are a healthcare sharing ministry, we are free from insurance! We are free to choose our physician, choose our hospital, and choose our pharmacy. We are in charge of our own healthcare. As members of Liberty HealthShare, we must take the role of stewards who strive to minimize cost for all of our members.

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Congratulation May HealthTrac Graduates!

Congratulations May HealthTrac graduates!

Graduating from HealthTrac means the member has reached the goals set with their Health Coach and has made lifestyle changes that positively impact overall health. Congratulations on your achievement!

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Congratulation HealthTrac Graduates!

Congratulations HealthTrac graduates!

Graduating from HealthTrac means the member has reached the goals set with their Health Coach and has made lifestyle changes that positively impact overall health. Congratulations on your achievement! 

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Congratulations April HealthTrac Graduates!

Congratulations HealthTrac graduates!

Graduating from HealthTrac means the member has reached the goals set with their Health Coach and has made lifestyle changes that positively impact overall health. Congratulations on your achievement! 

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Question About Pre-Existing Conditions

Here at Liberty HealthShare, we get a lot of questions about how our Sharing Guidelines address pre-existing conditions. Executive Director Dale Bellis explains our policy in the video below. Take a few minutes to learn why we:

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Meet Provisional Program Graduate Robert K.

“It was never difficult for me to manage the inconvenience of having diabetes. I would not accept complications arising from my disease."

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