Private Pay Home Care
Private pay, or paying out-of-pocket, is when a person or their family takes financial responsibility for in-home care services. Because many insurance companies, including Medicaid and Medicare, do not cover home care services, private pay is one of the most popular and widely accepted forms of payment in the home care industry. Private Pay is also the payment form usually accepted in other care environments, including assisted living communities and skilled nursing centers.
Access to 24/7 Care
You get access to round-the-clock care.
If you want to ensure your loved one’s needs are attended to 24/7, but your insurance company doesn’t cover in-home care, private pay is the ideal choice.
With Medicare or Medicaid, the types and amount of care you receive is regulated. With private pay home care, you call the shots. For instance, you decide the level of care and amount of hours you receive.
Private pay home care is very affordable compared to an assisted living facility, so you can save a significant amount in the long run. Plus, your loved one is able to remain in their home which offers an invaluable benefit. Premium Home Care offers competitive pricing and deals on private pay home care services that aim to lessen the financial burden for their patients and make high-quality in-home care accessible to all in need.