We Accept Insurance!

Home Health Services Medicare pays 100% for services when conditions are met:
- Patient is Medicare Eligible
- Home bound Criteria is met
- Services ordered by a physician
- Proper documentation of services

Personal Assistance Services (Provider services) are 100 % paid through Medicaid, Superior Health, United Healthcare and Driscoll Health Plan.

Let Orion Health Services help determine your needs and coverage.

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Services Provided

• Skilled Nurses
– Skilled assessment and observation
– Administration of injection (insulin, B-12, etc.)
– Diabetic teaching and care
– Diet and medication teaching and administrating
– Foley catheter insertion and care
– Ostomy or ileostomy teaching and care
– Parental/enteral teaching and care
– Wound care (wound vac therapy, hydrotherapy, etc.)
– Other patient support services

• Home Health Aides
– ADLs (activities of daily living) and personal care
– Light housekeeping
– Meal preparation
– Range of motion

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Social Services
  • Personal Assistance Services (Provider Services) (Medicaid)

          – ADLs and personal care

          – Escort and shopping

          – Housekeeping
          – Laundry
          – Meal preparation


What Are Personal Assistance Services (Provider Services)?

Clients requiring assistance with personal care tasks, housekeeping tasks, meal preparations, shopping and escorting. This service assists the clients when family is not available or when client is unable to perform these tasks themselves.

Medicaid eligible or have a monthly income of not more than $2149 single or $4300 married and resources not more than $2000 single or $3000 married, physicians orders, functional impairment score of at least 24 (determined by Texas Department of Human Services), require a task of bathing, feeding, meal preparation,getting to or using the toilet, transferring, reminders to take medications, assistance with activities of daily living (ADL’s) and require at least 6 hours of help per

What is Home Health Care?

Home health care involves providing people with healthcare services, such as nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapist, as well as home health aide or social services in the patient’s own home.

As a result, many people can lead healthier, happier, more independent lives. Patient and family education is an important part of home health care.

The involvement of the patient and family members in the treatment plan often improves the effectiveness of the plan. What’s more, by working in the patient’s own home environment, the health care provider can gain valuable insights to improve treatment and help the patient live a healthier, more independent life at home.