FAQs

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What type of insurance do you accept?

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While we can accept any insurance, some insurance providers are contracted with us to provide the lowest cost to patient's and family. These insurance providers are listed below:

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cofinity
  • Colorado Access
  • Denver Health
  • Evercare
  • Humana
  • PacifiCare
  • United Healthcare/United West
  • Secure Horizons
  • Secure Horizons - PHP
  • Rocky Mountain Health Plan
  • Most Workers Compensation and Auto Insurance

We also accept some private pay arrangements.

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What Services Will Amazing Care Provide?

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We provide skilled care in your home as ordered by your physician. This includes one or more of the following services - Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Skilled Nursing, Medical Social Work, and Certified Nursing Assistant.

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When Will My Home Health Care Start?

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Your first visit from a member of our staff will occur within 24 to 48 hours after your physician requests services. Staff will arrive sooner for any time sensitive care requested by your physician.

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How Often Will Amazing Care Staff Come to My Home?

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All of your care is tailored to your specific needs and monitored by a physician. Once you have arrived home you will be assessed by one of our licensed medical professionals to determine the best care plan to help you recover. They will discuss this plan with you and your primary care physician after the initial assessment. All visits are scheduled with you so that you always know when to expect our staff.

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Do I Qualify for Home Health Care?

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To receive home health care you need the following:

  • A current primary care physician in the community.
  • Signed physician orders certifying that you need home health care, and what services you need. If you are discharging from a facility, these orders will be initiated by your discharging physician and followed by your primary care physician.
  • Some insurance providers require that patients be homebound in order to qualify for services. Homebound, by definition, means that it takes great or taxing effort for you to leave your home.