Basehor resident Ron Drummond is a member of a health sharing ministry — a group of people bonded by religious beliefs who share each other’s medical costs. The groups are exempt from Affordable Care Act insurance requirements and have seen a surge in membership as premiums and deductibles in the individual insurance market have increased since the law was implemented.
Basehor resident Ron Drummond is a member of a health sharing ministry — a group of people bonded by religious beliefs who share each other’s medical costs. The groups are exempt from Affordable Care Act insurance requirements and have seen a surge in membership as premiums and deductibles in the individual insurance market have increased since the law was implemented. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Basehor resident Ron Drummond is a member of a health sharing ministry — a group of people bonded by religious beliefs who share each other’s medical costs. The groups are exempt from Affordable Care Act insurance requirements and have seen a surge in membership as premiums and deductibles in the individual insurance market have increased since the law was implemented. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

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