Ultimate Home Health Care

Jacho Accredited  JCAHO Accredited

(773) 779-3177

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Frequently Asked Questions

At Ultimate Home Health Care, we want you to be fully informed about our services, accepted payments, and more. For this reason, we have answered our most frequently asked questions. Check them out below:

Q: What type of payment do you accept?

A: Taking care of the costs for yourself or a loved one's care is simple. We accept payments from Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance companies, and patients (private pay). For qualified patients, Medicare will pay 100% of the costs that are related to our in-home health care services. Please know that you or your family member must currently meet Medicare's definition of homebound. This includes requiring the skilled services of a nurse or therapist and a doctor following your care. Contact us for more details.

Q: Do you care for patients with chronic diseases, like diabetes, CHF, COPD, or hypertension?

A: Yes, we may be able to help you or someone you care about with managing a chronic disease. Many people over the age of 65 have many health care issues that require diligent management. When chronic diseases are flaring up, we send nurses to monitor the patient's health condition and to be on-call for them 24/7.

Additionally, our home health aides, nurses, and therapists can go to the homes of individual patients and provide one-on-one teaching with patients and caregivers. We teach at the pace of the individual who needs the information. We follow up with additional visits over time to make sure that everything is going well.

Q: What are the advantages of your agency?

A: There are many benefits to using our services. At Ultimate Home Health Care, we:

  • Deliver care in the most comfortable, least costly environments — our patients' homes
  • Don't require our patients to see different doctors
  • Make multiple visits that are spread over weeks or months to ensure our patients recover according to plan
  • Teach health and safety strategies to patients in their actual homes
  • Provide stroke recovery in homes as it improves patients' rehabilitation