GTL's Short-Term Home Health Care Insurance can help your clients cover deductibles and co-payments for home health care services. It also includes a Short-Term Home Health Care Aide Benefit, a Prescription Drug Benefit, policyholder access to Ask Mayo Clinic online, and a great set of riders for them to choose from.
This particular plan is more affordable than most other plan of care policies, and it pays benefits directly to your client, regardless of any other insurance they have.
Home Health Care benefits kick in if they suffer a cognitive disability or can’t perform 2 of the 6 Activities of Daily Living (ADL).
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GTL will pay a daily benefit for each day you receive the following home health care services. Daily benefit amounts will vary by plan selected* (Maximum Benefit Period is 360 days). To qualify for benefits, a Licensed Health Care Practitioner must certify you as having a Cognitive Impairment or the inability to perform at least two (2) of six (6) Activities of Daily Living without substantial assistance (bathing, continence, dressing, eating, toileting and transferring).
* Total benefits payable for all of the home health care services listed above are limited to a combined maximum daily benefit. The combined maximum daily benefit for Plan A is $150, for Plan B is $300 and for Plan C is $450.
This product also comes with a home health care aide benefit, which is:
The maximum benefit period is 60 days.
GTL's home health care plan also comes with a restoration of benefits and a prescription drug benefit.
Available riders include:
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