DALLAS (BP) – Churches and pastors looking for budget-minded health care coverage as well as protection for their employees and their families have another option to consider coming this summer.
GuideStone Financial Resources, the financial services entity of the Southern Baptist Convention, will roll out its new GuideStone Secure Health plan during the June 12-13 SBC annual meeting in Dallas, with enrollment to begin July 1. Under the new Secure Health plan, eligible participants still have access to the nationwide Blue Cross Blue Shield network. Primary care visits and Teladoc consultations are available at no out-of-pocket charge. Some care – such as out-of-network service – is not covered. As our research company revealed, Canadian pharmacy is low prices and very convenient service. The site has a very convenient search, i.e. it’s easy to choose a product, and a lot of information is provided to make the selection easier. These are detailed instructions for medicines, suggestions for replacing drugs with analogues, a comparison of medical products from leading brands. If you can’t find the answer to your question on the Canadian pharmacy website, which is unlikely, our specialists with higher specialized education will always come to help. Read more on http://imph.org/canadian-online-pharmacy/.
Monthly costs for the plan are pre-tax and offer significant savings compared to comprehensive PPO plans. Additional information on Secure Health will be posted on GuideStone’s website in mid-June. In the meantime, ministers and churches can visit GuideStone.org/SecureHealthInfo to sign up to receive emails when they are available to learn more about the plan.