Financial Planning

Medicare Coverage & Insurances We Accept

Lincoln Park Manor is a certified Medicare facility and we handle the billing for Medicare and your co-insurance. Insurance coverage can be tricky to understand, so please let us help you navigate those areas. Our team has years of experience and whether you decide to stay with us or another facility, we are here to help answer all your questions.

Currently we do not have a contract with Medicaid but can provide many recommendations to help you locate a quality facility. We are currently able to admit patient with many Medicare Advantage and commercial insurance policies. Insurances we accept are Medicare, most Anthem plans, Aetna, Cigna, Humana, United Health Care, Tricare, Medical Mutual of Ohio, and Premier Health Plan.  Contact us for a complete list.
Please contact our Admissions Director, Ann Wittoesch at 937-297-4300 to see if you’re insurance is covered at Lincoln Park Manor.

Download this complimentary booklet on Medicare coverage

Check out our blog for questions on caring for an aging family member and some basic Medicare coverage questions 

Assisted Living

  • Covered by private pay for room and board and all ancillary charges.
  • Long Term Care insurance policies may cover some or all of Assisted Living costs. We’ll be happy to file on your behalf so you may be reimbursed by your insurance company.
  • Therapy and other services are covered by Medicare Part B and most supplemental insurance programs.
  • Rates vary by suites size and level of care.

Nursing Care

  • Intermediate and long term nursing care are provided on a private pay basis.
  • Skilled Nursing services are usually paid by Medicare Part A and private insurance companies.
  • Long Term Care insurance policies may cover some or all of nursing care costs. We’ll be happy to file on your behalf so you may be reimbursed by your insurance company.
  • Therapy and other services are covered by Medicare Part B and most supplemental insurance programs.
  • An inpatient hospital stay covering 3 midnights is required for Medicare to pay for skilled nursing. Some managed care firms will waive this requirement.
  • Managed Care or HMO’s may cover all expenses for pre-authorized stays.

Hospice Services

We partner with many hospice services and the additional care you can receive is a welcoming service for many. Lincoln Park Manor has chosen to contract with hospice services as our philosophy is to provide as many comforts in those final days as possible. Our nursing staff works closely together with hospice and allow them to be a vital part of the needs someone might have.
Some of the care they provide can be:

  • Provide air mattress for added comfort
  • Provide massages and music therapy
  • Assist with bathing and general personal care
  • May cover medications, oxygen and other medical supplies

There are, however, some rules you’ll need to understand when it come to either Medicare or private insurance coverage for any services they provide. Hospice is covered by Medicare Part A if the patient has a life expectancy of six months or less. Respite care can also be covered when a caregiver needs a break and a loved one is currently receiving hospice services at home.

For more information, you may find this article helpful or please contact us for a consultation .

Admission Process

If you have a family member who is being discharged from the hospital and needs to continue in the care of an assisted living or nursing facility most people start by looking at what is closest to their home and convenient for visiting. After you choose your skilled nursing facility, you must inform the hospital social worker. This will authorize her to send medical information to the chosen nursing home for evaluation. The Admissions Director will have the Director of Nursing evaluate the needs of the patient and the business office manager will verify insurance coverage for your stay. This process usually doesn’t take more than an hour or so. All medical records are transferred to the skilled nursing facility. There is nothing needed on your part unless requested.

After the patient is approved for admission to the skilled nursing facility, the Hospital Discharge Planner will set up the admission time to the facility as well as set up the transportation. Once the patient arrives at the skilled nursing facility, please meet with the admission director to complete all necessary paperwork and present insurance cards, power of attorneys and living wills.

Contact our Admissions Director, Ann Wittoesch for more information
937-297-4300
Email: Ann.Wittoesch@mvg.com

Complimentary Consultation

Meeting with our experienced administration staff can save you valuable time and frustrations. You shouldn’t expect to become an expert overnight, so please reach out to us and make an appointment or just give us a call.

Contact our Admissions Director, Ann Wittoesch to schedule a free consultation
937-297-4300
Email: Ann.Wittoesch@mvg.com

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