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Medicaid And Home Health Care

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Medicaid provides home care coverage for individuals and home care agencies that meet the same qualifications required to obtain Original Fee-For-Service Medicare.

Federal regulations require coverage for at least the following services:

  • Intermittent (occurring at irregular intervals) and part-time nursing care
  • Intermittent and part-time home care aide services
  • Medical supplies
  • Medical equipment

Additional covered services vary from state to state, but may include:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Medical social services

To determine the exact services covered in your state, contact your State Medicaid office. You can find contact information for your state's Medicaid office(s) offsite link

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