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Medicare does pay for homecare services. However, you should understand some important facts about Medicare coverage before seeking home health care.

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Yes, Medicare can pay for care in your home. In fact, about 10% people enrolled in Medicare receive care in their home each year...

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Medicare & Homecare: Diane Omdahl featured in Arthritis Today

Previous misconceptions of an assumed “improvement standard” may have wrongfully denied people coverage. Find out what these changes mean to patients and providers...