The cost of care at our centers can vary depending on the level of care needed, the setting where the care is provided, and the geographic location. To understand the costs, you should be prepared to discuss your finances openly and in detail with the facility's admissions staff. They will then be able to offer you guidance on payment details for Medicaid, Medicare, health insurance, and about paying privately. To ease the process, your financial records should be well organized because government programs, like Medicaid, require you to submit financial records looking back several years.

When it comes to long-term health care, many Americans assume that Medicare, supplemental policies or standard heath insurance policies will cover all of the expenses. Unfortunately, this is not the case. The attached guide will provide general guidance regarding Medicare, Managed Care, Medicaid, Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage) and more. 

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2014 Financial Information Resource Guide