OneShare Health Programs are not available in the states of New Mexico, Washington, Maryland, and Vermont.
OneShare Health Programs are not available through third party solicitors or enrollers in Massachusetts (956 CMR 5.03(3)(d)), Montana (SB 149), or Pennsylvania (40 P.S. § 23(6)), but are available in these states when enrolled through OneShare Health directly.
You are enrolling in a Health Care Sharing Ministry administered by OneShare Health, LLC (OneShare). A Health Care Sharing Ministry is not health insurance, and it does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be paid. A Health Care Sharing Ministry is a group of individuals who share a common set of ethical or religious beliefs and share medical expenses in accordance with those beliefs.
The members of this Health Care Sharing Ministry voluntarily share medical expenses with one another, and OneShare coordinates this medical sharing. OneShare programs should not be considered as a substitute for an insurance policy. You are always liable for your own unpaid medical bills.
ONESHARE HEALTH, LLC (ONESHARE) IS NOT AN INSURANCE COMPANY BUT A RELIGIOUS HEALTH CARE SHARING MINISTRY (HCSM) THAT FACILITATES THE SHARING OF MEDICAL EXPENSES AMONG MEMBERS. As with all HCSMs under 26 USC § 5000A(d)(2)(B)(ii), OneShare’s members are exempt from the ACA individual mandate. OneShare does not assume any legal risk or obligation for payment of member medical expenses. Neither OneShare nor its members guarantee or promise that medical bills will be paid or shared by the membership. Available nationwide, but please check www.onesharehealth.com/legal-notices for the most up to date state availability listing.
Neither OneShare nor its members promise or guarantee payment or sharing of your medical expenses, or assume any risk therefor. You remain responsible for your unpaid medical bills.
Enrollment in OneShare is not a contract for insurance. Participation in OneShare is voluntary. Enrollment as a OneShare member is voluntary, and the sharing of monetary contributions is voluntary. You are free to cancel your membership at any time. OneShare requests that a voluntary sharing contribution be made for each month you are enrolled, to facilitate the sharing of requests published on behalf of other members.
OneShare manages member sharing contributions by establishing guidelines that define which medical bills are eligible for sharing (“Guidelines”). The Guidelines are not a contract, and nothing presented by OneShare constitutes a contract. The Guidelines do not constitute a legally binding agreement, a promise to pay, or an obligation to share. The Guidelines specify what type of expenses are eligible for sharing requests. OneShare reserves the right to exclude sharing eligibility for any pre-existing conditions, whether disclosed at the time of your enrollment or discovered after the effective date of the membership. OneShare reserves the right to update and change its Guidelines at any time, and will provide notice of any material update/changes. It is the Member’s responsibility to review the current guidelines in their Member Portal.
General Notice for the following states: Alabama Code Title 22-6A-2, Arizona Statute 20-122, Arkansas Code 23-60-104.2, Florida Statute 624.1265, Georgia Statute 33-1-20, Idaho Statute 41-121, Louisiana Revised Statute Title 22-318,319, Maine Revised Statute Title 24-A, §704, sub-§3, Michigan Legislature §550.1867, Mississippi Code Title 83-77-1, Nebraska Revised Statute Chapter 44-311, New Hampshire §126-V:1, North Carolina Statute 58-49-12, South Dakota Statute Title 58-1-3.3, Texas Code Title 8, K, 1681.001, Virginia Code 38.2-6300-6301, Washington Revised Code 48.43.009 and Wyoming Statutes Title 26.1.104(a)(v)(C):
The organization facilitating the sharing of medical expenses is not an insurance company, and its product should never be considered insurance, and neither its guidelines nor plan of operation is an insurance policy. If you join this organization instead of purchasing health insurance, you will be considered uninsured. Whether anyone chooses to assist you with your medical bills will be totally voluntary because no other participant will be compelled by law to contribute toward your medical bills. As such, participation in the organization or a subscription to any of its documents should never be considered to be insurance. Regardless of whether you receive any payment for medical expenses or whether this organization continues to operate, you are always personally responsible for the payment of your own medical bills. This organization is not regulated by the State’s Department of Insurance, though complaints concerning this Health Care Sharing Ministry may be reported to the office of the State Attorney General. You should review this organization’s guidelines carefully to be sure you understand any limitations that may affect your personal medical and financial needs.
Specific Notice for the following States: Indiana Code 27-1-2.1, Illinois Statute 215-5/4-Class 1-b, Missouri Statute §376.1750 and Wisconsin Statute 600.01(1)(b)(9):
The organization facilitating the sharing of medical expenses is not an insurance company, and neither its guidelines nor its plan of operation is an insurance policy. Any assistance you receive with your medical bills will be totally voluntary. Neither the organization nor any other participant can be compelled by law to contribute toward your medical bills. As such, participation in the organization or a subscription to any of its documents should never be considered to be insurance. Whether or not you receive any payments for medical expenses and whether or not this organization continues to operate, you are always personally responsible for the payment of your own medical bills.
Pennsylvania 40 Penn. Statue §23(b):
This publication is not an insurance company nor is it offered through an insurance company. This publication does not guarantee or promise that your medical bills will be published or assigned to others for payment. Whether anyone chooses to pay your medical bills will be totally voluntary. As such, this publication should never be considered a substitute for insurance. Whether you receive any payments for medical expenses and whether or not this publication continues to operate, you are always liable for any unpaid bills.
Kentucky Revised Statute 304.1-120(7):
NOTICE: UNDER KENTUCKY LAW, THE RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION FACILITATING THE SHARING OF MEDICAL EXPENSES IS NOT AN INSURANCE COMPANY, AND ITS GUIDELINES, PLAN OF OPERATION, OR ANY OTHER DOCUMENT OF THE RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION DO NOT CONSTITUTE OR CREATE AN INSURANCE POLICY. PARTICIPATION IN THE RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION OR A SUBSCRIPTION TO ANY OF ITS DOCUMENTS SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED INSURANCE. ANY ASSISTANCE YOU RECEIVE WITH YOUR MEDICAL BILLS WILL BE TOTALLY VOLUNTARY. NEITHER THE ORGANIZATION OR ANY PARTICIPANT SHALL BE COMPELLED BY LAW TO CONTRIBUTE TOWARD YOUR MEDICAL BILLS. WHETHER OR NOT YOU RECEIVE ANY PAYMENTS FOR MEDICAL EXPENSES, AND WHETHER OR NOT THIS ORGANIZATION CONTINUES TO OPERATE, YOU SHALL BE PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF YOUR MEDICAL BILLS.
Montana SB 149:
The health care sharing ministry facilitating the sharing of medical expenses is not an insurance company and does not use insurance agents or pay commissions to insurance agents. The health care sharing ministry's guidelines and plan of operation are not an insurance policy. Without health care insurance, there is no guarantee that you, a fellow member, or any other person who is a party to the health care sharing ministry agreement will be protected in the event of illness or emergency. Regardless of whether you receive any payment for medical expenses or whether the health care sharing ministry terminates, withdraws from the faith-based agreement, or continues to operate, you are always personally responsible for the payment of your own medical bills. If your participation in the health care sharing ministry ends, state law may subject you to a waiting period before you are able to apply for health insurance coverage.
Smart Virtual Care (Telemedicine) is not owned or operated by OneShare Health, LLC, but made available to OneShare Members by Clever HealthTM.
Smart Virtual Care (Telemedicine) Disclosure: Clever HealthTM Doctors do not write prescriptions for DEA-controlled substances.
Clever HealthTM operates within state regulations.
Clever HealthTM is not owned or operated by OneShare Health, LLC, but made available to OneShare Members by Clever HealthTM.
Mental Health Support is not owned or operated by OneShare Health.