Nursetel has a dedicated team of insurance specialists that assist patients in determining payment options for necessary care. Our insurance specialists verify benefits eligibility for our patients before the start of care. Helping our patients determine how to pay for their in-home care services is part of our job.
Payment options include:
Private pay (payments using credit card or check, Medicaid, Private Health Insurance, Veterans’ Benefits, and Workers’ compensation
How much does home care cost?
The cost depends on the payment method. When you call our insurance specialist, we provide you with the hourly rates for our services and will assist you in determining if the select services you require are covered by your payor. Our specialists will contact Medicare, Medicaid, the VA, or your insurance provider to determine what your benefits will cover.
Nursetel’s team of dedicated professionals can assist you in obtaining authorizations and filling out the necessary paperwork required. Our caring staff is here to help you every step of the way.
Private Pay (by credit card or check)
Every patient has the option to pay privately by using a credit card or checks. There is no minimum payment requirement.
Nursetel partners with the veteran’s administration to provide care to our most beloved citizens.
If you are a U.S. Veteran, you may be eligible to have the government pay for medical treatment, personal care, and assistance at home.
Nursetel works with some health insurers. Depending on your policy and coverage, your medical insurance provider (such as Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, and others) may pay for some or all of your home care services. Please call our office to determine if your insurance is accepted.
Medicaid is an income-based program offered by the state government. The program provides health insurance and medical assistance to people who meet eligibility requirements. If you qualify for Medicaid, we can help you understand which services you may be eligible for.
Nursetel may be able to work with your worker’s compensation provider. If you need home care because of something that happened on the job, your employer’s Workers’ Compensation benefits may cover some or all of your home care service costs.