Concerned Care Home Health and Hospice is committed to providing compassionate care. As part of our social services we offer financial and home assessment.
We also assist you with community resource referral options.
Medicare HMO plans include all medicare benefits and most private insurance policies have a home health and mental health benefit.
Home health is a Medicare covered benefit. To qualify for the Medicare home health benefit you must be homebound on admission a during care. Your doctor must determine that you need skilled medical care in your home and prepare a plan for your care at home. Homebound means you are unable to leave your home or leaving your home takes considerable and taxing effort and/or if you leave your home, it must be infrequently, and for short durations.
You may not be eligible for home health care if you leave your home often for social activities or for non-medical reasons. Medicare only covers those eligible for Medicare, and only skilled intermittent care, not continuous care.
Our staff will assist you in determining your insurance eligibility and coverage before we begin services. This will help you understand the amount of services you can expect, and what your insurance provider will pay for.
Depending upon the type of insurance or program available to you, there may be limitations to the amount and length of time service are provided under that coverage. All Concerned Care services are available whether covered by insurance or not. Private pay rates, payment methods and terms are available upon request.
No person will be denied services based on age, race, nationality, disability, religion, gender or sexual orientation.