Know What Is Shared Through Liberty HealthShare
At Liberty HealthShare, we strive to make it easier for you to be a wise consumer and manager of your medical care.
As part of our simple, transparent process, your monthly share amount automatically transfers to the online account of another member with eligible medical bills.
You see where your money goes, so you can pray for and encourage the members you help. But what happens when you or your family has a medical need? What is shared as part of your Liberty HealthShare membership?
Once you’ve met your annual unshared amount ($1,000 for a single member, $1,750 for a couple, $2,250 for a family), the following types of medical expenses are shareable through Liberty HealthShare*:
Because our medical cost-sharing programs are voluntary and limited to amounts shared by members, not all medical expenses are shareable.
Generally speaking, we do not share expenses associated with unhealthy choices or voluntary/cosmetic procedures. As a community of health-conscious people living by Christian values, most of our members avoid these charges naturally, with a few exceptions.*
Under your Liberty HealthShare program, you may not share:
- Pre-existing conditions during the first year of membership*
- Tier 1–3 prescriptions**
- Dental/vision expenses***
- Expenses other than accidents, acute illness, or injury within the first 60 days of membership
Some exceptions and restrictions apply. For complete details, please refer to our Sharing Guidelines (PDF).
*Restrictions as to the number of visits, length of prescriptions, and other details apply. For full explanations, please refer to our Sharing Guidelines (pdf).
**For updated prescription sharing information, refer to our Pharmacy Program page.
***Dental and vision expenses may be discounted through our SavNet program, available as part of our Liberty Complete and Liberty Plus programs.
Have specific questions about what is—or is not—shareable through Liberty HealthShare? Our team can walk you through your options