Supportive Care FAQs
Supportive Care can come alongside you and help with your symptoms at any point when you are dealing with a serious illness.
Supportive care is covered by Medicare and most private insurances for patients that have difficulty leaving their home setting to receive care.
Home health provides skilled nursing services like wound care, medication management, and other therapies if appropriate. Supportive Care provides specialized medical care at home utilizing a nurse practitioner and can be provided along with home health services.
Supportive Care can be provided at any stage in your illness and can be given at the same time you are receiving curative treatments. Hospice care is for those at the end-stage of their disease when curative treatments and hospitalizations are no longer helpful or desired. Hospice care is provided generally in the last 6 months of life and can offer more services and needed equipment in the home.
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