Impact Health Sharing (Impact) is a not-for-profit healthcare sharing organization that facilitates sharing
medical bills with one another. Impact Health Sharing is NOT insurance and these Guidelines are not a
contract for insurance. The Guidelines do, however, outline the way in which voluntary sharing of
healthcare expenses occurs among members.
By becoming an Impact Member, you are agreeing to these Guidelines and that Impact has the legal right to facilitate sharing under these Guidelines, for your benefit and for the benefit of all members, in its reasonable discretion.
Statement of Shared Beliefs & Ethics
OUR BELIEFS, ETHICS, AND STANDARDS
Impact Health Sharing is a not-for-profit corporation that exists to create, exercise, and express practical applications of Christian faith, beliefs, and ethics. We believe in bringing together individuals and families in shared acts of common good. We believe that the expression of these things, and the right to associate in the exercise of their expression, is a fundamental right guaranteed under the United States Constitution. We welcome all people who are willing to honor and abide by our Statement of Shared Beliefs & Ethics, by which we operate. We are a community that shares a common belief that by coming together, sharing together and acting together, we provide greater opportunities for health and freedom to our neighbors and, in turn, we gain the same opportunities for ourselves and our families. As a community, we believe that it is both true and selfevident that all men are created equal and in the likeness of God. We believe that all men have been endowed, by God, with unalienable rights such as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As families and individuals, we believe we share the responsibility of ensuring that the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness is available to all. As a community, we share a belief that contributing to one another’s medical bills express our commitment to help each other pursue a life of liberty and happiness. At the core of what we do, and how we relate to and engage with one another as a community of people, is a set of common beliefs. Our Statement of Shared Beliefs & Ethics is as follows: