Yes. We accept all Medicare Insurance, as well as other Commercial Insurance types and Medicaid.
Each Home Health team member will contact you to schedule appointments. Usually this contact happens the afternoon or evening before to ensure you will be available for the appointment.
After the very first visit by our Home Health team member, we will evaluate your needs for supplies and provide assistance to get them shipped to your home and help you understand any associated costs, if applicable.
Typically, our clients are capable of receiving Home Health Services and signing required forms by themselves. However, if you are unable to answer your front door, or if you simply feel more comfortable with a trusted family or friend there with you, we encourage them to be there.
We are dedicated to protecting both the patient and patient families from the spread of the virus. In accordance with the CDC guidance, we coordinate with the applicable referring physician and hospital to determine if Home Health Care is appropriate. We determine if the patient has taken the appropriate measures for prevention and find out if any past exposure has taken place. If the patient indicates that exposure has occurred, we are able to switch to Telemedicine visits as necessary. And our Home Health team members are being monitored daily for their own health and exposure risk, before they see patients. Patients and their caregivers are encouraged to practice safe behaviors and be educated on prevention, as well as seek testing from their Doctor and inform Greatland Home Health team members of any symptoms or potential exposure.