Homewatch CareGivers provides hands on assistance with ensuring that home care services are covered, especially when Long Term Care insurance is involved. However, when skill nursing is required, getting Medicare involved can be more difficult that most realize.
While many believe Medicare covers long term care expenses, the reality is, Medicare does not. Medicare offers limited, short-term skilled nursing care coverage. Furthermore, in order to qualify, you must meet specific hospitalization requirements. Many Medicare beneficiaries are hazy on the subject of hospital observation vs. admission status—although the difference can equate to tens of thousands of dollars.
Take a few minutes to visit MAGA Long Term Care Planning to learn more about the essential facts regarding Medicare Hospital Observation vs. Admission Rules. Not only will it help protect your hard-earned savings should you need skilled care down the road, it might inspire you to prepare for your future long term care needs in ways you haven’t considered before.