UHSM (Unite Health Share Ministries) is a nonprofit, faith-based health sharing ministry that facilitates member-to-member health sharing among fellow Christians, serving as a connector to administer medical cost sharing. The UHSM mission is to help Christian families fulfill their God-given purpose to care for one another and to positively impact our communities. Headquartered in Norfolk, VA, UHSM takes a modern approach to health sharing that prioritizes holistic health and wellbeing. UHSM offers simple, fair, and friendly health share programs to its members.
UHSM announced a partnership with Abide, the most popular Christian meditation app. Providing members with access to unlimited meditations, topics, and guides.
Jarett Andretti continues finalizing his plans to race full-time in the IMSA Prototype Challenge with his latest announced partner, Unite Health Share Ministries. The latest partner of Andretti and his program, UHSM will be...
Today, UHSM announced a partnership with Relevant Magazine, a faith-based publication whose purpose is to share real-life stories that are at the intersection of a Christ-centered life. Through this partnership, UHSM enables the wider community to indulge their latest digital issue at no additional cost, spreading the word of faith in goodness sake.
UHSM Health Share, We Believe Wines and California Love Drop combined efforts to support veterans. The Trio of Sponsors Said Thank You To America’s Heroes By Raising Funds in Direct Support of The Green Beret Foundation and Donated Love Drops to First Responders in Southern California.
UHSM HEALTH SHARE TEAMS WITH CALIFORNIA LOVE DROP TO PROVIDE MEALS, TREATS AND SUPPLIES TO HEALTHCARE WORKERS, FIRST RESPONDERS & COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
UHSM (Unite Health Share Ministries), a faith-based health care nonprofit founded on Christian beliefs and values, today announced a partnership with California Love Drop, a nonprofit that supports Southern California healthcare workers, first responders and community volunteers by providing meals, beverages, treats and supplies to hospitals, medical centers, fire departments, police stations, community centers and more.
UHSM (Unite Health Share Ministries), a faith-based health care nonprofit founded on Christian beliefs and values, today announced a partnership with Cancer Kinship, a nonprofit which seeks to help patients and their loved ones adjust to a cancer diagnosis and treatment. The partnership will broaden the help and resources UHSM provides to members who, through this partnership, now have access and assistance from Cancer Kinship’s network of support groups, survivorship empowerment programs, and mentoring for patients.
UHSM Partners with AnnualOpenEnrollment.com and SureCo Health Care Agency to Help Americans Navigate Health Care Options During Open Enrollment
Unite Health Share Ministries (UHSM), a nonprofit, faith-based organization founded on Christian beliefs and values, has teamed up with AnnualOpenEnrollment.com and SureCo Health Care Agency to ensure individuals and...
ANAHEIM, Calif. & NORFOLK, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In support of Southern California youth, Unite Health Share Ministries (UHSM) – a faith-based health care nonprofit founded on Christian beliefs and values – today...
UHSM Health Share Teams up With the Orange County Soccer Club to Donate Game Tickets to Children and Families
IRVINE, Calif. & NORFOLK, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--UHSM (Unite Health Share Ministries) – a...
Unite Health Share Ministries (UHSM) – a nonprofit, faith-based organization founded on Christian beliefs and values – today announced a variety of initiatives the organization is taking to safeguard both its members and local communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“UHSM is honored to be recognized among such a high-caliber group of companies and organizations that have found a way to connect and deliver during a crisis,” stated Christopher Jin, CEO of UHSM. “Our non-profit ministry seeks out and contributes to causes that support healthy families, foster charity and education, advocate for better healthcare, and promote holistic health.”
UHSM (Unite Health Share Ministries), a faith-based health care nonprofit founded on Christian beliefs and values, today announced its sponsorship with extreme endurance cyclist, Grant Lottering, as he raises funds and awareness for charities around the world. Since his near-death cycling accident in 2013, Lottering has dedicated his life to cycling through some of the most challenging terrains to raise money for charities worldwide. With a strong belief that faith knows no boundaries, UHSM is teaming up with Lottering to bring his inspirational story and good works to the US.
CEO of UHSM, Christopher Jin, shared his excitement in partnering with Jarett Andretti and the new Andretti Autosport IMSA Prototype Challenge team. “We are ecstatic to combine our brand with Jarett Andretti and Andretti Autosport. Our goal in partnering with Jarett includes bringing new awareness to the opportunity of health sharing. On meeting with Jarett we instantly new there was an alignment of personal values and faith. We know that Jarett will represent our message well as he races coast to coast in 2021 and beyond!”
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever for people to be aware of every potential healthcare option available to them, as well as the pros and cons of each option. Either way, 2021 could potentially present a new healthcare landscape, especially in the United States as a new administration prepares to take over and certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) remain in legal limbo.
The average healthcare annual spending in the US is close to $3.6 trillion, according to a report by the American Medical Association. Among the affecting factors, modern technology tops the list because health care providers spend millions of dollars on the purchase of healthcare gadgets that operate on modern technology.
The costs of living have been significantly increased by healthcare expenses in the U.S. This gets more intense if you are suffering from a chronic illness, rare disease or if you’ve been in an accident requiring surgery. Quite easily, the monthly budget might consist of very expensive healthcare insurance. The insurance might also not cover all the costs and this means you incur some out-of-pocket costs, especially if you’ve been hospitalized. If you are wondering what the solution may be, here is how a healthcare sharing ministry tries to help alleviate the pressure from suffering patients:
In many cases, people think that regular exercise and eating healthy are all they need to stay healthy, but this covers only one dimension. Spirituality and physical health are often interconnected because the bible addresses the need for us to present our bodies as a living sacrifice that is acceptable before God. Paying attention or not paying attention to your spirituality directly affects your physical health and vice versa. Let’s cover the ways in which spirituality and physical health are interconnected.
Every individual’s health is important to their growth and the wellness of a nation. As time progresses, insurance companies continue raising their health premiums, making access to health expenditure and the conditions set for the cover is at times unrealistic.
Cancer Kinship, located in Newport Beach, along with the assistance of UHSM (Unite Health Share Ministries), is continuing the honorable work of Susan G. Komen Orange County’s Free Wig Salon program into 2021. With a rich history of 20+ years of empowering cancer patients, the Komen team has now transitioned its free wig program onto Cancer Kinship.
UHSM Health Share partners with California Love Drop to provide meals to thousands of frontline medical staff, first responders and other essential workers.
One of the biggest dilemmas of the COVID-19 pandemic has been finding ways to keep businesses open while also keeping people safe and healthy. Thanks to a partnership with California Love Drop, UHSM (Unite Health Sharing Ministries) has found at least one small but very powerful way to strike that balance while also paying tribute to those fighting on the front lines of the pandemic.