New Medi-Share Program Levels

One of the great advantages of being a Medi-Share member is that you have a say in what your program should look like through the member vote process. In May 2020, Members voted to maximize their membership in a few new ways, including access to free telemental health consultations and annual physicals eligible for sharing.

Medi-Share also now offers new Annual Household Portion (AHP) levels of $3,000, $6,000, $9,000, and $12,000* per household. These are available for any new member joining Medi-Share as well as current members who elect to change their AHP.

Maternity sharing is eligible at each program level if the member is participating as “married.” Members must indicate if they are married at the time they join or change AHPs, regardless of whether or not they join as an individual or as a couple, in order for maternity to be eligible for sharing.

To check your pricing options for the new program levels, visit our Share Calculator. Change program levels here.

Member FAQs

+ What lab tests are eligible for sharing?

Basic labs for cholesterol and diabetes screening only. Specifically, basic Lipid panel and Hemoglobin A1C.

+ What if, at my physical, the doctor notes something problematic and recommends a test; for example, a mammogram?

If, while at your physical, the doctor feels that a symptom or condition needs further diagnosis, he/she may recommend a test which would be considered diagnostic and not routine/preventive.

+ Can I have more than one annual physical per year?

You are only permitted one limited preventative annual physical with two labs (basic Lipid panel and Hemoglobin A1C) per year. These are eligible for sharing if your AHP has been met, or otherwise applies to your AHP.

+ What about children?

Medi-Share highly values the importance of family and wants to ensure newborns and children receive the very best care in the early stages of their life. Sharing for routine well-child care is eligible until the child reaches the age of six. Well-child care is defined as recommended, routine check-ups and associated lab work, excluding vaccinations and/or immunizations.

Children 6 and older will also qualify for the annual physical, provided they are on one of the new program levels.