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Selecting the Right Senior Care Center for You

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The senior care market is growing very rapidly and there are now more options available than ever before. There are many senior care centers that accept private Medicare Advantage Plans. These are “service clubs” that participate in the private insurance companies Medicare program. Touching Hearts at Home NYC — Manhattan; Brooklyn; Westchester; Queens; Rockland-Senior Home Care┬áhas some nice tips on this. Each service club selected by a Medicare Advantage Plan provider has its own set of specific services and benefits to meet the unique needs of the plan participant. This allows seniors to choose which network they prefer in order to receive the best care possible at a great value.

Simply put, a Medicare-approved senior care center accepts Medicare directly from patients and meets the strict Medicare standards for patient care, including management, clinical care, standards of quality, and more. These Medicare Advantage Plans are not-for-profit, private-pay facilities. Medicare Part-D is also accepted at a private-pay facility. If you have received Medicare, you will be able to visit your local participating facility. (Be sure to check with your current private health insurance provider, as they sometimes do not participate in Medicare Part-D.)

A reputable medicare-certified senior care center offers: 100% safe, high-quality food, hotels and comfortable beds. They offer the same luxurious amenities available at any hotel, including wireless Internet access, in-room safe-rooms, dry cleaning, daily room service, on-site doctors and nurses, valet parking, concierge, and a full round-the-clock emergency care. As a Medicare Advantage Plan participant, you will be able to choose what options and level of care you prefer. In many cases, once you’ve paid your balance in full, you’ll have the option to downgrade your plan to a private pay senior care center.

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