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What Is Medi-Share 65+?
Medi-Share 65+ is a new and improved supplementary medical bill-sharing program for seniors 65 and older with Medicare Parts A and B. Unlike other supplement options on the market, Medi-Share 65+ is an affordable option that helps fill in the financial gaps for seniors during their retirement years.
How Medi-Share 65+ Works
Once you have met your $500 Annual Household Portion (the portion of your bills that you are responsible for), 100% of your Eligible Medical Bills (that Medicare does not pay) will be shareable by your fellow Medi-Share members.
Medi-Share 65+ acts as a secondary payer to Medicare A & B and therefore anything that Medicare covers will be shared. If Medicare A & B considers a medical condition ineligible for coverage, it will be considered ineligible for sharing under Medi-Share 65+ guidelines.
What it Costs
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Please Note: Medi-Share 65+Health Care Sharing will always be secondary to Medicare.
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Medi-Share is a nonprofit health care sharing ministry of Christian Care Ministry, Inc (“CCM”). Medi-Share members voluntarily share each other’s medical expenses in accordance with guidelines adopted by the members and administered by CCM. Medi-Share is not insurance and is not regulated as insurance. Neither CCM nor any Medi-Share member assume any legal obligation to share in the payment of any medical expense incurred by another Medi-Share member. Medi-Share members are exempt from the individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. See 26 U.S.C. §5000A(d)(2)(B). Certain states expressly exempt from insurance regulation health care sharing ministries that, among other things, post a specific notice. Although Medi-Share does not rely on such express exemptions, Medi-Share has elected to publish these notices. Click to review the specific notice for the state in which you reside.