What insurance does Transition Home Healthcare Accept?
In addition to private pay, Transition Home Healthcare accepts Medicare, KelseyCare, Cigna-Healthsprings, and USFHP as well as other insurance. Please call us at (713) 665-5471 for a current list of accepted insurance.
Do I fill out your patient referral form?
Our referral form can be filled out and signed by your physician and faxed to our office at (281) 936-0199. If you’re interested in having Transition Home Health as your trusted provider, please give our friendly staff a call at (713) 665-5471 for more help with forms and other questions you may have.
What are typical home healthcare costs?
The cost of home healthcare is dependent on your payor source. Private pay cases are negotiable. Frequently, your insurance pays for and authorizes the length and scope of our services. While on service with Transition Home Healthcare, it is very important that you follow up with your physician on a regular basis to have the most up-to-date information about your health available. Communication with your primary care physician and your insurance is essential to ensure best possible outcomes.
How often will a Transition Home Healthcare aide visit the patient’s home?
A home health aide will be sent to your home depending on your doctor’s orders, insurance authorization, and an occupational therapy assessment. At that time, the frequency, on how often an aide will visit your home will be determined.
Does Transition Home Healthcare send someone to assist the patient with daily living?
Yes, with a physician’s order, we will send someone to assist your family member with Activities of Daily Living (ADL). Services provided by Transition Home Healthcare include: Occupational Therapy to assess need and Certified Nursing Assistants for actual care. ADL assistance is intermittent with home health.
Non-skilled senior care at the home is provided by other companies that specialize in assisting seniors with everyday living. These services may include: companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, non-medical transportation, and more. Typically, seniors pay out of pocket for these services.