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FAQs: Home Healthcare

We offer a variety of options to help our patients cover the cost of in-home healthcare for themselves or a loved one. Here are the primary options available:

  • Paying out of pocket, or from one’s investments and savings.
  • Health Insurance

For more information on this, please contact our billing department.

Yes. Medicare covers your home health services over 60 days, after which the doctor must review your plan of care. For more information or specific questions, please contact our billing department.

We accept most PPO Plans such as:

  • Medicare (Traditional)
  • Cigna (PPO)
  • United Healthcare (PPO)
  • Aetna (PPO)
  • BCBS of TX (PPO)
  • BCBS Out of State (PPO)
  • Champ VA (PPO)
  • Employers Insurance Company (PPO)
  • Federated Insurance Plan (PPO)
  • Health Smart (PPO)
  • Humana (PPO)
  • Meritain (PPO)
  • MHHP (PPO)
  • MHHP (PPO)
  • Scott & White Health Plan (PPO)
  • Teachers Health Trust
  • Tricare Fast
  • TriWest
  • UMR

FAQs: Hospice Care

Medicare Hospice Benefit covers all the costs. Most insurance plans also cover hospice care.

Medicare and other private health insurances cover hospice care costs. You do not have to pay for it. For further details, contact our billing department.

To qualify for hospice care at home you must meet the two qualifications below:

  1. Both the physicians, the attending physician, and the hospice medical director, must certify that the patient is terminally ill, with a six-month or less life expectancy if the disease takes its normal course.
  2. The patient and/or family must be aware of the prognosis and elect comfort care. I.e. consent of the patient and his/her family members.

Yes, hospice at home is covered by medicare. Most private insurances also cover hospice home care, we accept most PPO Plans such as:

  • Medicare (Traditional)
  • Cigna (PPO)
  • United Healthcare (PPO)
  • Aetna (PPO)
  • BCBS of TX (PPO)
  • BCBS Out of State (PPO)
  • Champ VA (PPO)
  • Employers Insurance Company (PPO)
  • Federated Insurance Plan (PPO)
  • Health Smart (PPO)
  • Humana (PPO)
  • Meritain (PPO)
  • MHHP (PPO)
  • MHHP (PPO)
  • Scott & White Health Plan (PPO)
  • Teachers Health Trust
  • Tricare Fast
  • TriWest
  • UMR

Once you have signed up for hospice care, the first thing you need to do is call Provista Hospice care and set up an initial assessment of the patient’s needs. Any family member, the patient himself/herself, the doctor, or someone at the hospital can make the call.

Team members of the Provista hospice care team will pay you a visit and get you started. Our compassionate and dedicated team consist of: The hospice team – a physician, nurse, hospice aide, social worker, chaplain, volunteer, and bereavement manager, each one of them will schedule separate time to meet with you at the location of your choice. Any necessary home medical equipment will be delivered, and any necessary medications will be delivered too.