Meet Member Services

We thought you might enjoy meeting (via video) some of the people who respond when you call or e-mail us with a question or issue regarding your membership. Remember, we are not an insurance company. We are different not only in how we share medical costs but also in how we serve our members, and we hope you have experienced and noticed that difference! 

Watch the video and learn first-hand how determined our Member Services department is to solve problems, answer questions, and assist you in getting the care you need. Together, we are changing healthcare - for good!

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Conventional Thinking Isn't Necessarily Best

Viewpoints From A Naturopathic Physician

by Kendra Pearsall, N.M.D.

Medicine is and always has been more art than science. The information provided here is not to be treated as individual medical advice but rather a starting point from which to assess your own health practices. What is best for you is what restores and or maintains good health. Read with an open mind and consult with your personal physician on any changes you may want to make.

I offer this article as a reminder to maintain a healthy dose of skepticism where it comes to conventional thinking (the kind usually passed down from academics and bureaucrats) that attempts to treat us all the same way.

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Congratulations, May 2016 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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Welcome Dr. John Hunt!

We have good news to share with you from Liberty HealthShare. Dr. John Hunt, a sharing member of Liberty HealthShare and a member of the ministry's Physician Advisory Board, is now the Chief Medical Officer of the National Coalition of Healthcare Sharing Ministries.

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Exploring Your Local Farmer's Market

Have you ever shopped at a Farmer's Market? Not since the beginning of the industrial revolution has farm-to-table been a more meaningful phrase. Buying directly from a farmer means you are purchasing the freshest local products available while supporting a small business. It's good for you, your health, and your local economy!

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