OneShare℠ is a medical cost-sharing ministry providing a unique, affordable, ACA-exempt path to healthcare. OneShare Health is not insurance. With origins in the Anabaptist faith and a chaplain on staff, we are a Health Care Sharing Ministry that welcomes and unites those who agree with our core biblical principles and Statement of Beliefs relating to life, health and caring for others.
With industry-leading Membership Programs and an unparalleled member experience, OneShare Health continues to grow our nationwide family. Daily, our members, clients and partners are introduced to simple, more rewarding answers to health care. Our core values can be summed up in related biblical commands. The first is to thoroughly love both God and neighbor (e.g., Matt. 22:36-40; Mark 12:28-34; Luke 10:25-28), the “greatest commandments” in all of Scripture. The second is to carry the burdens of others (e.g., Galatians 6:2) and care for them as one would oneself, often called the Golden Rule and epitomized in the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). This was the ministry of Jesus, and OneShare Health is passionate about finding creative and inspiring ways to facilitate such ministry to and among members, staff and other charitable organizations.
OneShare Health’s Values reflect who we are and what we stand for as a company.
We listen to our members and endeavor to create services that are tailored to their needs.
We strive to uphold the highest standards of integrity and ethics in all of our actions.
We continually innovate ground-breaking strategies to develop superior cost-effective services that are easy to understand and use.
We work together and we are stronger as ONE.
We value the simplicity of medical cost sharing and strive to keep all member communications transparent and simple.
With our origins in the Anabaptist faith:
in the authority of Scripture and the sanctity and dignity of every human life created by God with special meaning and purpose.
that every individual has the constitutional and religious right and duty to worship God in freedom.
and agree in the biblical and ethical principle of sharing with those who are less fortunate and who experience medical needs.
and agree that it is our responsibility to God and our fellow members to engage in accountable, healthy living, and to avoid habits and behaviors which are harmful to the body.
in the power of prayer to save lives, to heal lives, and to unite our members in common purpose and community, and we believe that prayer should be a fundamental practice of daily life.