An agency that provides health services (e.g. home health aide) in the home setting.
A public or private agency certified by Medicare that specializes in providing skilled nurses, homemakers, home health aides and therapeutic services, such as physical therapy or occupational therapy in an individual's home.
A public or private agency that provides skilled nursing care or at least one other therapeutic service on an intermittent or part-time basis.
also HHA. Agency or organization approved by Medicare or the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHCO), which provides skilled in-home nursing care of two hours or less per visit.
A certified facility approved by a health plan to provide services under contract.
an organization providing skilled nursing and other therapeutic services in the patient’s home.
An agency that treats patients in their homes.
An approved association or organization where a Medicare patient receives skilled nursing and/or therapeutic care in the home.
An organization that provides medical, therapeutic or other health services in patients' homes.
A facility that offers skilled nursing care and other services to patients in their homes. These include occupational, physical and speech therapies, medical social services and home health aide services. For example, your Aunt Lily has a stroke and has trouble speaking. She's not hurt enough to stay in a hospital, but needs some help learning to talk clearly again. A home health agency assigns a speech therapist to visit Aunt Lily at home and work with her.
an organization that provides part-time and intermittent skilled nursing and other therapeutic services on a visiting basis to elderly or disabled persons in their homes
a public or private agency that specializes in giving skilled nursing services and other therapeutic services, such as physical therapy, in your home
a public or proprietary Hawaii Care Management Company Offers HomeCare Services and Hawaii care management company offers homecare services, consultation and health care products
A public or private organization that provides home health services, supervised by a licensed health professional in the patient's home, either directly or through arrangements with other organizations.
A licensed provider which delivers medical services to patients in their homes. Home Health Agencies may be Medicare- or Medicaid-certified. Individual plan of care records are kept on each patient, there is supervision by a qualified professional (RN or licensed social worker), and the agency's employees receive appropriate specialized training. Home Health Agencies usually provide Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Nurse Aides. They also may provide therapists or other medical specialists.
Organization that offers the services of home care workers who are employees of the agency. This assures the caregiver is covered by worker's compensation, is properly licensed and trained (and usually bonded as well.)
Provides health and medical services and medical supplies through visits to private homes, assisted living facilities, and adult family care homes.
means an appropriately licensed provider that both: Brings skilled nursing and other services on an intermittent, visiting basis into the member's home in accordance with the licensing regulations for home health agencies in New Mexico or in the locality where the services are administered, and Is responsible for supervising the delivery of these services under a plan prescribed and approved in writing by the Attending Physician.
A Medicare-certified agency that provides skilled nursing care and other therapeutic services in your home when medically necessary.
An organization that provides home care services, such as skilled nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and personal care.
An agency licensed by the State of Louisiana that provides intermittent Skilled Nursing care and other therapeutic services in the home when Medically Necessary if a Member is confined to the home and services are authorized by a Participating Provider.
An organization that delivers health services to patients in the home setting.
An organization or entity that contracts with BCBSKC to provide healthcare services in the home and operates pursuant to law.
A carrier that cares for patients confined at home due to a sickness or injury requiring skilled healthcare services on an intermittent, part-time basis.
A public or private organization that specializes in providing skilled nursing services and other therapeutic services such as physical therapy in a patient's home.
Agency that provides health services to an individual as needed in the home.
An agency or organization that is properly licensed to provide home health care to chronically ill individuals in their home or residence for an hourly or daily charge. If licensing is not required to provide these services where they are received, the home health agency must work under the direction of a physician or nurse, maintain appropriate records, and be engaged on a full-time basis in providing these services.
An entity which must be licensed on an annual basis by the state of Tennessee, Health Care Facilities Division, and is staffed and organized to provide "home health services" to patients on an outpatient basis in either their regular or temporary place of residence.
An agency that provides medical services in a home setting. Services may be provided by a nurse, occupational, speech or physical therapist, social worker, or home health aide.