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Testing and treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19) is shared under CHM’s Guidelines, just as are costs for any testing or treatment for a confirmed illness, with Personal Responsibility amounts that depend upon the member’s participation level. As with other medical issues, Personal Responsibility amounts can be reduced based on discounts arranged with providers.
As a CHM member, you’re part of a body of believers who serve as the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. Even when there’s no crisis at hand, every day we see members caring for each other. During extraordinary times, we've seen CHM members make extraordinary gestures of Christian love and goodwill. It’s our honor to glorify God by continued service to you, just as we have done for nearly 40 years.
…and we haven’t stopped since all of this began. We know that God has a plan and purpose for everything, but we also know that many of you are suffering physically and financially right now. Our hope is that CHM can be a beacon of hope for you in the midst of challenging times.
Please know that we’re still working diligently behind the scenes to serve you, even though some processes and procedures look a bit different. For example, some of our employees are working from home. Others are working in-office hours following strict health protocols that will keep our staff safe, so they can continue to share your medical bills and perform other essential ministry functions.
There are a number of ways:
Heartfelt Radio Interview
CHM Medical Director Dr. Jacobson discusses with Heartfelt Radio morning show hosts Mark and Gabe what the medical community has learned about COVID-19, protests, masks and the vaccine. They also examine ways to process COVID-19 from a Christian perspective.
Please note: Beginning June 12, "situation report" videos providing updates on the happenings of COVID-19 will be added as new developments occur.
CHM Medical Director Dr. Jacobson discusses the decreasing coronavirus cases and states lifting stay-at-home orders. This increased freedom requires increased responsibility. Also, new tests may determine immunity and a potential vaccine currently undergoing testing.
This year church buildings will be empty on Easter Sunday. But Jesus' tomb is also empty. CHM employee and former youth pastor, Jonathan Lambert, reminds us of this victory, the power of the empty grave and the privilege Christians have of enduring in our faith, even as it relates to COVID-19.
CHM Medical Director Dr. Michael Jacobson discusses New York and what the increase in testing supplies will do for reporting the spread. He encourages believers with biblical Scripture supporting good hygiene practices and the benefits of quarantining when necessary.
CHM Medical Director Dr. Jacobson discusses a few highlights of the latest coronavirus happenings including Ohio Department of Health Director, Amy Acton, issuing a stay-at-home order. He also shares an encouraging word by former chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson, Michael S. Hyatt.