Insurances Accepted By Shining Light Hospice

Eligibility For Insurances Accepted By Shining Light Hospice

If you are not qualified for Medicare or Medicaid, the premium for hospice may come from private insurances or from an HMO, because it often provides a Hospice bonus.

Eligibility For Insurances Accepted By Shining Light Hospice

  • Hospices have financial professionals who aid people that are not eligible for government aid who do not have benefits and can’t access the services accessible.
  • Dealing with a chronic disease carries a lot of anxiety. Paying for end-of-life support isn’t meant to be one of those.

Eligibility For Insurances Accepted By Shining Light Hospice

  • Aetna PPO and HMO
  • Amerigroup
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Anthem Community Care
  • Beechstreet PPO Network
  • Caremore
  • ChampVA
  • Cigna PPO and HMO
  • Culinary Health Plan
  • Federal Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Great-West
  • Health Smart
  • Healthscope Benefits
  • Health Plan of Nevada – Medicaid
  • Humana PPO and HMO
  • Humana Gold
  • JAS / Retail Clerks
  • Medicare
  • MGM Resorts (UMR)
  • Multi-Plan Network
  • Nevada Check-Up
  • Nevada Medicaid
  • Nevada Preferred (NPP)
  • Prominence Health Plan
  • Senior Dimensions
  • Sierra Health and Life
  • Sierra Health-Care Options
  • Silver Summit Health Plan
  • Smart Choice
  • Teachers Health Trust
  • Tricare
  • UMR
  • United Health Care
  • Veterans Administration (V.A.)
  • Workers Compensation
  • When the plan is not listed on this chart, the Shining Light Hospice Billing Expert can review the compensation with the individual insurance provider.

Postponing patient treatment because of budgetary considerations is unnecessary. The Medicare Hospice Benefit is a comprehensive program under which all programs related to fatal illnesses are provided up to 100% under Medicare Part A.  Treatment not linked to terminal illness tend to be paid under Medicare Parts A and B, with the appropriate requirements applied (e.g., co-payments, reimbursement criteria, and deductibles).

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