Christian Care Ministry Names Scott Reddig New Chief Executive Officer

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Christian Care Ministry (CCM), which operates its flagship Medi-Share program, the nation's leading healthcare sharing ministry, named Scott Reddig as their new CEO Monday. Board Chairman Joe Turner made the announcement to employees in a special chapel service at their Melbourne campus.

MELBOURNE, Fla., Feb. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Christian Care Ministry (CCM), which operates its flagship Medi-Share

program, the nation's leading healthcare sharing ministry, named Scott Reddig as their new CEO Monday. Board Chairman Joe Turner made the announcement to employees in a special chapel service at their Melbourne campus.

Reddig, who most recently served as the senior vice president and chief actuary for IAT Insurance, previously spent 18 years as a senior executive at GuideOne Insurance and before that was vice president and chief actuary for Allied Insurance and an actuarial officer for Nationwide. Reddig has been an active member of his local church and a variety of community organizations aimed at helping at-risk youth and alleviating poverty. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University and a leadership scholar at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Business.

Christian Care Ministry operates the Medi-Share healthcare sharing program through which members voluntarily and directly share each other's medical bills. Since the program's inception in 1993, Medi-Share members have shared more than $2 billion in medical bills. Because of access to an extensive network of more than 700,000 health care providers, members have saved an additional $1.3 billion in medical costs during that time. Medi-Share has over 400,000 members in all 50 states.

Speaking on behalf of the board, Joe Turner said, "After an extensive nationwide search, one candidate truly embodied the CCM vision of creating an authentic Christian community that reflects the love of Christ. Scott is uniquely qualified to guide Christian Care Ministry to fully execute on its missional purpose of "connecting and equipping Christians to share their lives, faith, talents and resources."

Reddig said, "I am greatly humbled by the Godly purpose of Christian Care Ministry and my role in leading this wonderful organization. I am also truly blessed and honored to have the opportunity to work alongside a team of consummate professionals committed to serving Ministry members with excellence and diligence."

Reddig's first day will be Monday, Feb. 4.

About Christian Care Ministry Florida-based Christian Care Ministry operates the Medi-Share healthcare sharing program through which members voluntarily and directly share each other's medical bills. Since the program's inception in 1993, Medi-Share members have shared more than $2 billion in medical bills. And because of access to an extensive network of more than 700,000 health care providers, members have saved an additional $1.3 billion in medical costs during that time. Medi-Share has over 400,000 members in all 50 states.

More than just health care, Christian Care Ministry is a community of people who share their lives, faith, talents and resources and pray for and encourage one another. For more information, visit Medishare.com.

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