Care given in a nursing home that includes custodial and nursing services. out-of-network: Health care services you receive outside the HMO, POS or PPO network.
care for people with chronic or disabling illnesses who can no longer care for themselves but who do not need hospital care.
A type of long-term care that provides services in a residential facility. Services may include help with daily activities such as dressing, bathing, and eating. Services may also include health care provided by medical professionals. A nursing home is an option if an individual needs more care than can be provided at home and the acute care a hospital provides is not appropriate.
As it relates to long-term care, 24-hour care provided in state-licensed facilities with medical personnel on staff. Patients require varying degrees of ongoing care for physical or mental impairments.
Care an individual receives in a nursing home which includes custodial and nursing services.
is care provided in a skilled nursing facility where all three levels of care (skilled, intermediate and custodial) are provided. In order to be licensed, nursing homes must meet appropriate standards for the state in which they operate. They may or may not be Medicare approved.