Integrated Adjective /in-ti-grey-tid/
1. Combined into a whole; united; undivided.
2. Combining or coordinating separate elements so as to provide a harmonious, interrelated whole.

Integrated Home Healthcare Services, Corp. is a company founded on the belief that people are happier, safer and healthier in their own home environments. We are a premier provider of home healthcare services delivered by the most qualified professionals in the industry. We combine the essential factors of healthy living and class-A healthcare services by the most qualified care providers delivered straight to our clients' homes.

Frequently Asked Questions
  1. Who can get a Medicare covered home healthcare services? A Medicare beneficiary must meet the following requirements:

    • normally confined or unable to live home
    • under a physicians care
    • receiving services under a plan of care established and reviewed periodically by a physician
    • needs skilled nursing care or an intermittent basis or physical or speech therapy
    • continued need for occupational therapy
    • a physician certification
  2. What services does Medicare cover?

    If you are a Medicare beneficiary and meet the home health requirements, Medicare will cover the following home health service:

    • Skilled Nursing Care on a part time or intermittent basis
    • Home Health Aide services on a part time or intermittent basis
    • Physical Therapy
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Speech Therapy
    • Medical social services
    • Certain medical supply, like wound dressing

    And if you meet the conditions above, Medicare pays for your covered home health services for as long as you're eligible and your doctor certifies you need them. If you need more than part-time or "intermittent" skilled nursing care, you aren't eligible for the home health benefit.

  3. What isn't covered?

    • 24-hour-a-day care at home.
    • Meals delivered to your home.
    • Homemaker services like shopping, cleaning, and laundry when this is the only care you need, and when these services aren't related to your plan of care.
    • Personal care given by home health aides like bathing, dressing, and using the bathroom when this is the only care you need.
  4. What is a Plan of Care?

    Your home health agency will work with you and your doctor to develop your plan of care. A plan of care lists what kind of services and care you should get for your health problem. You have the right to be involved in any decisions about your health.

  5. Your plan of care includes the following:

    • What services you need
    • Which health care professionals should give these services
    • How often you will need the services
    • The medical equipment you need
    • What results your doctor expects from your treatment
  6. Where do I get help with questions about home health coverage?

    If you have questions about your Medicare home health care benefits or coverage and you're in Original Medicare, call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048. If you get your Medicare benefits through a Medicare health plan, call your plan.

900 Technology Way, Suite 280
Libertyville, Illinois 60048

Phone: 847-549-0588
Fax: 847-549-0611