Our COVID-19 Precautions
All clinicians wear gowns, Kn95s and goggles for every patient. For COVID positive patients, all clinicians wear gowns, N95s or respirators, goggles, hair covers, shoe covers and face mask. All disposable equipment is thrown away after each visit and all non-disposable equipment is thoroughly disinfected after each visit.
Is home care & hospice affordable?
Home Health and Hospice offer an affordable way to receive medical care at home. Many who access these benefits are over the age of 65 and are entitled to Medicare benefits which cover 100 percent of the cost of services and associated medication and supply costs. Medicaid and most commercial insurances also provide home health and hospice coverage.
If I start Home Health or Hospice do I have to give up my own physician?
Often, when patients elect home health or hospice it is their primary physician who authorizes, coordinates and follows their care from start to finish. Your agency should work closely with the physician of your choice as they provide care. If the patient does not have a primary care physician and needs to be seen by a doctor the Home Health and Hospice agency has Medical Directors who can visit the patient. Otherwise, recommendations can be made and the agency can assist the patient in visiting another physician of their choice.
Who can receive in-home health care?
At Preceptor Home Health, we work to help people of all ages to recuperate and live life to the fullest in the comfort of home.
Are your home care services covered through Medicare, Medicaid or insurance?
Preceptor Home Health & Hospice participates in most insurance plans, including:
- Medicare (covers 100% of your home health or hospice care)
- Medicare Advantage
- United Healthcare
- Most commercial insurances
- Private pay
How quickly can I arrange for service?
We can work with your physician to help facilitate this process. Just call our office at (262) 293-3951
Are Home Health and Hospice appropriate for people who need a high level of care?
Home Health and Hospice is serious medical care. Most agencies are Medicare-certified which requires them to employ experienced medical personnel specifically trained in modalities, techniques and treatments to help achieve the desired outcomes. Hospices offer state-of-the-art palliative care using advanced technologies to prevent or alleviate distressing symptoms.
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