MD Home Health offers a full range of traditional skilled services along with several specialty programs for the individual in their home or group facility. Services are available 24 hours per day/seven days per week and are provided on a visit, hourly or daily basis. Typically, for skilled services of short duration (under 8 hours), they must be under the direction of a physician.
An RN Intake Specialist will meet with the patient and family members to coordinate his/her home health care with their physician, hospital staff and discharge planner. From this will come the design of a customized Care Plan that addresses the medical, nutritional, physical, cultural, environmental, emotional and social needs of the patient.
Contents of the Care Plan will include the types of tasks to be performed, their frequency, and any special considerations or requests.After discussion with the patient and/or loved ones and approval from the patient’s physician, a copy of the Plan Plan will be placed in a folder in the home and serve as the guide to the caregiver(s) on how to spend their time on each visit.
Our qualified and compassionate caregivers can ease your health care burdens at a surprisingly affordable cost. Once a needs assessment is completed, an Intake Specialist will be able to provide you with a quote of the recommended services, their frequency, and cost. We will verify coverage and benefits you may have through private insurance prior to the start of care. We accept most private insurance plans, as well as Medicaid/AHCCCS Health Plans, Veterans Administration, DDD, workers compensation and long term care insurance. If you are not covered by any insurance, we of course accept private pay offered at competitive rates.
If you are enrolled in Medicare, it may pay for services if you meet the following criteria:
We will inform you during the Assessment/Evaluation stage if we believe the services you require will be covered by Medicare.
All claims to third party payors will be submitted by our office as a courtesy. However, a deposit will typically be required prior to the start of care.