Does Idaho Have In-Home Supportive Services?
In-home supportive services are available in Idaho, and Keystone Health is proudly pioneering medical house calls across the state. In-home health care is an excellent option for individuals who have difficulty accessing traditional outpatient healthcare.
There are many reasons why people opt for home health care services. Our patients are homebound adults residing in the greater Boise area, and we provide specialized care for all types of medical issues and concerns.
What Types of Services Are Offered?
Our home health care provides a range of services to Idahoans throughout the region. We develop individualized care plans for your loved ones and are skilled in the following areas:
- Primary care
- Nursing care
- Physical, speech, and occupational therapy
- Wound care
- Specialist consultations
- Medication management
- …and more!
At Keystone Health, we treat all chronic conditions such as cancer, stroke, and cardiovascular disease, and deliver quality care in the areas listed above. However, our true specialty is in treating Alzheimer’s, Vascular Dementia, Lewy Body Dementia, and other types of dementia.
In addition to dementia care, we specialize in proactive medical management and caring for the disabled and elderly, especially individuals with multiple degenerative diseases and chronic medical concerns. We work in tandem with some of the best healthcare providers in Idaho to service the greater Boise community.
With our home visits, you can expect expert, quality care and you can rest assured knowing we will take care of your loved ones.
What Are the Benefits of Home Health Care?
There are many reasons why home health care may be right for you or your loved one. First and foremost, we are able to bring quality healthcare directly to our patients, avoiding expensive hospital bills and allowing our staff to treat clients from the comfort of their own home.
Additionally, home health services can:
- Improve current health conditions
- Increase self-sufficiency and improve independence
- Reduce recovery time for injury or illness
- Encourage collaboration between healthcare providers and specialists
- Reduce severity of symptoms and slow down decline for serious conditions
Our goal is to service Idahoans to the best of our ability. We provide individuals with top-notch care from the comfort of their own homes, allowing them to rest, relax, and creating the ideal environment for improving their health.
Ultimately, our dedicated team of home health care providers wants to make recovery as straightforward a process as possible for our patients. We focus on improving self-sufficiency and helping individuals regain their sense of independence while we treat their disease or condition.
Who Qualifies for Home Health Care?
Patients who qualify for home healthcare are homebound adults who take considerable effort or require assistance when leaving the home. Additional qualifications include living in the greater Boise area, and patients must agree to accept services from our caregivers.
As the leading home health provider in Idaho, we provide healthcare to individuals in any setting. We provide house calls for patients in private homes, assisted living facilities, long-term nursing facilities, and everywhere in between!
While we do not provide in-patient care at the hospital, we do work closely with practitioners and hospitals throughout Idaho to promote continuity of care.
We serve individuals in the following geographic areas:
- Eastern boundary: East Boise
- Western boundary: Caldwell
- Northern boundary: Emmett
- Southern boundary: South Meridian
Does Insurance Cover Home Health Care?
Keystone Health accepts:
- Medicare and most Medicare Advantage plans
- Most secondary insurances
- Blue Cross, Pacific Source, United Healthcare, and more!
- Private pay is available for individuals who don’t qualify for home health care under Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance coverage
Parents, guardians, and families can save considerably on health expenses by choosing home health or hospice when considering factors like long-term care facilities or hospitalization bills.
Most Americans over 65 qualify for Medicare and can receive home health care through that plan, as long as the following conditions are met:
- The patient is an eligible homebound Medicare beneficiary
- The physician certifies the need for care and creates a care plan
- Care is delivered to the patient’s home or residence
- Services are provided by a Medicare-certified agency
If you don’t qualify for Medicare, private health insurance plans may cover home visits. We encourage you to reach out to your plan to see how home health care is covered.
Keystone Health accepts Medicare and private health insurance, as well as self-pay.