Frequently Asked Questions
You have Questions. We have Answers.
Let's face it, healthcare is confusing. You have questions. That's understandable and it is also good, because that means you are taking your healthcare seriously.
Starting below are the questions we are frequently asked. Simply select the question and you will see our answer. If you have any question that is not answered here, please send us your question by using our contact form below.
Healthcare Plan Question
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1 Why should a town, city or county get involved with healthcare?
The state and federal governments are not providing any meaningful assistance to communities. The problem is money. It has become too expensive to purchase health insurance, and there is not enough money to provide medical services!
Your Community must become Self-Reliant. You need viable options!
2 How do you propose a Community generate the money to support a community-wide healthcare plan?
In the Community model, money flows from your citizens to a "Community Healthcare Pool". The Pool's capital is used to directly pay and subsidize doctors, clinics and other medical providers. The Pool can also be used to subsidize Medicaid citizens.
The Community establishes a "Healthcare Board" to set guidelines and oversee the Pool. HomePort and our partners will manage the day-to-day functions of the Pool.
More detail will be provided in our Community Healthcare Proposal.
3 Can the Community receive income from the Community Healthcare Plan?
4 Based on your projections, what is the cost comparison between the Community Healthcare Plan and a typical "Group" or ACA plan?
5 Can the Community Healthcare Plan exist alongside traditional healthcare insurance companies and the State Healthcare Exchange?
6 Can the Community Healthcare Plan be used with an employers Group plan?
For example, if a Group plan has a $7,000 Max Out-of-Pocket, your member's employee would want to purchase a CHP plan with a $1,000 deductible. When they have a Medical Event, they would pay the $1,000 CHP deductible and CHP would advance $6,000 to pay the Group plan's deductible cost.
CHP could save your member's employee from having a major financial crisis!
7 Will the Community Healthcare Plan citizens with pre-existing conditions?
8 Why are Community Healthcare Plans so much less expensive than any Group or ACA plan?
9 If my Community is interested, what's the next step?
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