If you’ve been following my posts, you know I’ve been blogging about my experience with Liberty HealthShare (LHS) since we joined in November 2016. See the bottom of this post for the other articles I’ve written about our experiences. I recently received an email from LHS announcing that Share Amounts are increasing as of September 1, 2018. While this stinks, they did point out that they haven’t increased Share Amounts in the five years since the company began. That’s impressive, but also probably means the increases are well overdue. We’ve had occasional problems with their internal operations (bills being misprocessed, reps giving wrong information, etc.), so I think they grew too quickly and suffered from a lack of manpower and training. It’s been taking between 60-90 days for our bills to process recently, so I think they’re just behind. One would hope this infusion of cash will bring much needed improvements in LHS’ operations! Thankfully, for us, the occasional problems have been the exception, not the rule, so we are still very blessed to be with LHS.
Interested in Liberty HealthShare in 2018? I have been a member since October 2016 and have been blogging about my experiences, both great and not so great.
Have you wondered how a pregnancy is covered by Liberty HealthShare? My wife and I just went through the entire experience starting in late 2016 with the birth in August 2017, so in this post, I will explain how it works and how it went for us.
We joined Liberty Healthshare in November 2016. I blogged at the beginning of the year about what Liberty is, how it works, and why we chose it versus Medishare or CHM. This is my followup to that post describing our experiences since we signed up.
After joining Liberty HealthShare last year, I was intrigued by their referral program. If you refer a friend and that friend stays with Liberty for at least 60 days, you get a $100 gift card. That’s a pretty cool reward, but as we all know, the proof is in the pudding.
I recently played the oh-so-fun game of “how much more money am I going to spend on health insurance this year” and came out thinking that there has got to be another way. I’m tired of throwing so much money at premiums and still have to pay insane deductibles and out of pocket maximums. Lo and behold, there are other options!