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Searching the CareLookup.com directory listings for a skilled nursing facility/nursing home? Medicare defines a skilled nursing facility as a nursing facility with the staff and equipment to give skilled nursing care or skilled rehabilitation services and other related health services. (This is not synonymous with a nursing home, which may not provide dedicated skilled nursing or rehab care.) Skilled nursing facility care requires the daily involvement of skilled nursing or rehabilitation staff and that can’t be provided on an outpatient basis or through home health care. Examples of skilled nursing facility care include intravenous injections and physical therapy. The need for assistance with daily activities such as bathing and dressing cannot, by itself, qualify as skilled nursing care, nor for Medicare coverage in a skilled nursing facility. Medicare will cover all care needs for those who qualify for coverage based on their requirement for skilled nursing or rehabilitation, including help with activities of daily living.

Searching the CareLookup.com directory listings for a home health care agency? A home healthcare agency provides limited part-time or intermittent skilled nursing care and home health aide services. Such services could include:

  • Physical or occupational therapy
  • Speech-language pathology services
  • Medical social services
  • Medical equipment, supplies and and other services

Some home care can only be given by licensed health workers, such as if you need skilled nursing care and certain other health care services that you get in your home for the treatment of an illness or injury.

Searching the CareLookup.com directory listings for a hospice provider? Hospice care is a special way of caring for terminally ill patients. Hospice care addresses the medical, physical, social and emotional needs of the patient. Hospice also provides support to the patient’s family or caregiver as well. Hospice care is covered under Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance).

Searching the CareLookup.com directory listings for an assisted living facility? An assisted living arrangement provides help with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, and using the bathroom, taking medicine, and getting to appointments. Residents often live in their own room or apartment within a building or group of buildings and have some or all of their meals together. Social and recreational activities are usually provided. Some assisted living facilities have healthcare services on site. Costs for assisted living communities vary depending on size, services provided, help needed, and location.

Searching the CareLookup.com directory listings for durable medical equipment (DME) providers? Medicare defines DME as certain medical equipment that is ordered by a doctor for use in the home. Examples are walkers, wheelchairs, or hospital beds. DME is paid for under both Medicare Part B and Part A for home healthcare services.

* Most of the information and descriptions are provided by Medicare.gov.

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