Home Health Funding and Fees
We’re here to help you navigate your payment options and fees associated with home health services.
Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and other third-party pay sources cover the cost of most services.
If you meet eligibility requirements, Medicare may pay for your covered home health as long as you are eligible and your physician certifies that you need it. Your state’s Medicaid program or your private insurance may also cover home health services if you meet their criteria. Welcov Healthcare will even help you coordinate funding. Contact us with questions or for assistance in getting started.
To qualify for coverage of home health services the following requirements are necessary:
- You must have a physician prescribe home health services
- You must need either skilled nursing care on an intermittent basis or therapy (physical, occupational, speech) services
- You must be homebound
Fees for services
Welcov Home Health services are customized to your individual needs. We offer skilled nursing services as well as aides to assist with your activities of dailing living. On the first visit, a nurse or therapist will conduct an initial evaluation. This evaluation determines the needs and services you will require to become as self-sufficient as possible.
The frequency of home health visits and the services provided are based on your physician’s orders and your personal plan of care. The number of visits each week can increase or decrease depending on your needs and progression.