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Elevating level of comfort through quality care at home.

Palliative care provides continuity of care. It is provided by a team of specialized doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other specialists who work together with a patient’s doctor to provide an extra layer of support. They serve as a bridge between acute care, home healthcare, and hospice care, using clinical and psychosocial protocols to identify prospective patients and facilitate a smooth transition to in-home palliative care.

Who is eligible?
People from ages 18 to older adults with all types of illnesses. For those:

  • Living with a serious and/or chronic illness
  • Who have skilled needs such as pain and symptom management
  • Who may still be receiving active treatment
  • Those who may never choose Hospice or don’t meet eligibility criteria

How are services covered?

  • Medicare – Physicians and N.P.
  • Commercial Insurance with Palliative Benefit
  • Medicare Advantage Plans

What coverage is available for medications, supplies, and equipment?

  • Medication coverage is determined and paid by the Health Plan
  • Equipment is generally covered at 80% with a 20% patient co-pay
  • Supplies such as wound care products are generally covered at 100% or as determined by the plan

What services are available?

  • Physicians and N.P.
  • Registered Nurse/LVN
  • Certified Home Health Aide
  • Social Worker
  • Dependent on Health Plans
  • Services have skilled needs such as pain and symptom management