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Home Care & Hospice
Home Care & Hospice
Mountain States Home Health and Hospice is committed to providing quality in home services.
One call can provide all your home care and hospice needs. We offer a wide range of services that you can receive in your home.
What is Home Health?
Home health care allows patients to remain in the home while receiving medical care. Home care may:
- Assist in the management of illness or injury
- Eliminate the need for nursing home stays
- Shorten or prevent hospital stays
Learn more about our home health services here.
What is Hospice Care?
Hospice is a special kind of caring for patients and families when illnesses no longer respond to cure-oriented treatment or the patient is experiencing a life-limiting illness. Hospice care is about quality of life, regardless of the time that remains. It affirms quality of life and provides comfort, spiritual and emotional care while maintaining patient dignity. It is a team-oriented approach to expert medical care, pain management, emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patient’s needs and wishes. Hospice provides medications, needed services and medical equipment that are related to the hospice diagnosis.
Learn more about our hospice care services here.
Quality Care is Assured
- Accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) or The Joint Commission
- Caregivers chosen because of their high level of experience and skill
- Certified by Medicare, TennCare and commercial insurers
- Experienced and insured
- Home care at Mountain States Health Alliance is different—because of our patient-centered care
- Licensed by the Tennessee Department of Health
Billing and Agency Management
The billing and agency management team provides consultation and management services, including processing insurance claims from commercial providers as well as TennCare and Medicare.
Patient’s Rights and Responsibilities
- To be informed and included in decisions regarding treatments and costs
- To expect privacy, dignity and respect for property
- To expect confidentiality
- To respond with feedback about care and to have concerns addressed
- To receive agency policies as well as information regarding advance directives such as living wills and power of attorney