Hospice Sample Clauses

Hospice g. Individuals whose permanent residence and principal work location are outside the State of Minnesota and outside of the service areas of the health plans participating in Advantage. If these individuals use the plan administrator’s national preferred provider organization in their area, services will be covered at Benefit Level Two. If a national preferred provider is not available in their area, services will be covered at Benefit Level Two through any other provider available in their area. If the national preferred provider organization is available but not used, benefits will be paid at the POS level described in paragraph “i” below. All terms and conditions outlined in the Summary of Benefits will apply.
Hospice. Hospice Care is available if Your primary attending Physician has certified that You have six (6) months or less to live. We Cover inpatient Hospice Care in a Hospital or hospice and home care and outpatient services provided by the hospice, including drugs and medical supplies. Coverage is provided for 210 days of Hospice Care. We also Cover five (5) visits for supportive care and guidance for the purpose of helping You and Your immediate family cope with the emotional and social issues related to Your death, either before or after Your death. We Cover Hospice Care only when provided as part of a Hospice Care program certified pursuant to Article 40 of the New York Public Health Law. If care is provided outside New York State, the hospice must be certified under a similar certification process required by the state in which the hospice is located. We do not Cover: funeral arrangements; pastoral, financial, or legal counseling; or homemaker, caretaker, or respite care.
Hospice. Hospice care is not covered under the Hoosier Healthwise program; however, terminally ill members may qualify for hospice care under the fee-for-service Medicaid program once they are disenrolled from Hoosier Healthwise. The hospice provider can submit a hospice election form for the member to the IHCP Prior Authorization Unit. The IHCP Prior Authorization Unit will then initiate the disenrollment of the member from managed care and facilitate hospice coverage. The Contractor must coordinate care for its members that are transitioning into hospice by providing to an IHCP hospice provider any information required to complete the hospice election form for the Contractor’s terminally ill members desiring hospice, as described in the IHCP Hospice Provider Manual.
Hospice. The term "Hospice" means a facility that is licensed, accredited or approved by the proper authority to provide a Hospice Care Program and which admits individuals who have no reasonable prospect of a cure and have a life expectancy of six months or less.
Hospice. Hospice care when provided by a licensed hospice care program. A hospice care program is a coordinated program of home and inpatient care, available 24 hours a day. This program uses an interdisciplinary team of personnel to provide comfort and supportive services to a Member and any family members who are caring for the member, who is experiencing a life-threatening disease with a limited prognosis. These services include acute, respite and home care to meet the physical, psychosocial and special needs of the Member and their family during the final stages of illness. In order to qualify for hospice care, the Member’s provider must certify that the Member is terminally ill and is eligible for hospice services. Inpatient Hospice Services. For short-term care, inpatient hospice services are covered with Preauthorization. Respite care is covered to provide continuous care of the Member and allow temporary relief to family members from the duties of caring for the Member for a maximum of 5 consecutive days per 3-month period of hospice care. Other covered hospice services, when billed by a licensed hospice program, may include the following: • Inpatient and outpatient services and supplies for injury and illness. • Semi-private room and board, except when a private room is determined to be necessary. • Durable medical equipment when billed by a licensed hospice care program. Hospice care requires Preauthorization. No charge; Member pays nothing Exclusions: Private duty nursing; financial or legal counseling services; meal services; any services provided by family members Hospital - Inpatient and Outpatient The following inpatient medical and surgical services are covered: • Room and board, including private room when prescribed, and general nursing services. • Hospital services (including use of operating room, anesthesia, oxygen, x-ray, laboratory and radiotherapy services). • Drugs and medications administered during confinement. • Medical implants. Hospital - Inpatient: After Deductible, Member pays 20% Plan Coinsurance Hospital - Outpatient: After Deductible, Member pays $30 Copayment and 20% Plan Coinsurance Exclusions: Private duty nursing; housekeeping or meal services; any care provided by or for a family member; any other services rendered in the home which do not meet the definition of skilled home health care above • Acute chemical withdrawal (detoxification). Outpatient hospital includes ambulatory surgical centers. Alternative care arrangements m...
Hospice. A Provider which provides care for terminally ill patients and their families, either directly or on a consulting basis with the patient’s Physician. It must be licensed by the appropriate state agency. Hospice Care Program A coordinated, interdisciplinary program designed to meet the special physical, psychological, spiritual and social needs of the terminally ill Member and his or her covered family members, by providing palliative and supportive medical, nursing and other services through at- home or Inpatient care. The Hospice must be licensed by the appropriate state agency and must be funded as a Hospice as defined by those laws. It must provide a program of treatment for at least two unrelated individuals who have been medically diagnosed as having no reasonable prospect of cure for their illnesses. Hospital An institution licensed by the appropriate state agency, which is primarily engaged in providing diagnostic and therapeutic facilities on an Inpatient basis for the surgical and medical diagnosis, treatment and care of injured and sick persons by or under the supervision of a staff of Physicians duly licensed to practice medicine, and which continuously provides 24-hour-a-day nursing services by registered graduate nurses physically present and on duty. “Hospital” does not mean other than incidentally: • An extended care facility; nursing home; place for rest; facility for care of the aged; • A custodial or domiciliary institution which has as its primary purpose the furnishing of food, shelter, training or non-medical personal services; or • An institution for exceptional or handicapped children. Identification Card The latest card given to you showing your name, covered Dependents, your ID numbers, the type of coverage you have the claim submission address, and phone numbers for Customer Service, Prior Authorizations and Pharmacy Help Line. Incapacitated Dependent A Dependent in which the subscriber or the subscriber’s spouse is the court-appointed legal guardian; and the dependent is mentally or physically incapable of earning a living as determined by the Georgia Department of Human Resources, and the dependent is chiefly dependent upon the Subscriber for support and maintenance, provided that the onset of such incapacity occurred before the dependent was 26. Ineligible Charges Charges for health care services that are not Covered Services because the services are not Medically Necessary or Prior Authorization was not obtained. Such charges ...
Hospice a. If an Enrollee is receiving hospice services at the time of enrollment in the Health Plan or if the Enrollee is already enrolled in the Health Plan and has less than six months to live, the Enrollee will be offered hospice services or the continuation of hospice services if he or she is already receiving such services prior to enrollment in the Health Plan.
Hospice. The City’s health indemnity plan will be amended to define a Hospice Facility as a public or private organization licensed and operated according to the law, primarily engaged in providing palliative support, and other related care for a covered person diagnosed as terminally ill with a medical prognosis that life expectancy is six months or less. The Hospice must have an interdisciplinary medical team consisting of at least one physician, one registered nurse, one social worker, one volunteer and a volunteer program. A Hospice is not a facility or part thereof which is primarily a place for rest, custodial care of the aged, drug addicts, or alcohols, or a hotel or similar institution.