Healthcare in the Political Spotlight

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Have you been following the news lately?

In the constantly shifting political landscape, healthcare remains a hot-button issue and has been the subject of many a debate in the political arena. There are numerous problems with the traditional healthcare system, and every political candidate believes they have the solution. Much of the focus in this 2020 primary season has been on healthcare. That’s not surprising, given that voters have generally listed it very high up when ranking their most important issues in deciding who they will vote for in 2020.

Americans are increasingly concerned over the constantly rising healthcare costs. According to a recent poll from Gallup, 61% of U.S. adults are really concerned and upset about rising healthcare costs.  Nearly 50% polled also said they are worried that they won’t have enough money to pay for healthcare.  Fortunately, the solution to all this is at your fingertips, accessible to everyone. Health-sharing!

According to the Washington Post, “An option that is gaining momentum among wide demographic swaths is health-sharing ministries — organizations that facilitate the sharing of healthcare costs among individual members who have common ethical or religious beliefs.”

Health-sharing is the straightforward way for a health-conscious, community-minded individual to pay for and receive the healthcare they need. There are no unnecessary costs involved, and no hidden fees.

Now, United Refuah HealthShare, the first and only Jewish health-sharing organization, offers multiple options based on family size that can work for everyone. With United Refuah, the process is smooth and almost ridiculously simple. But — United Refuah HealthShare is not just about savings. At its core, United Refuah is a thriving community of like-minded people freely supporting one another in the pursuit of a healthy, happy lifestyle.

To find out more, or to become a member, click here.

United Refuah HealthShare, the first and only Jewish Health-sharing organization, offers the American Jewish community a chance to share in each other’s healthcare costs. United Refuah HealthShare is not an insurance company and does not offer insurance. It is a thriving community of like-minded people who support one another, all based on Torah-true principles and values. Currently, it has nearly a thousand active members in more than thirty states across the U.S.



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