Holistic Home Health Care, Inc. accepts payments through a variety of methods to ensure that care can be delivered to all individuals. Our goal is to make quality care accessible to all members of our community.
Holistic Home Health Care, Inc. accepts payments through private funding and many forms of insurance.
Private funding is defined by Holistic Home Health Care, Inc. as payment that is delivered to the business through private individuals such as the client receiving care or financial powers of attorney. Check and Credit Card are accepted.
Accepted insurance is defined by Holistic Home Health Care, Inc. as payment that is delivered to the business through organizations and not by private individuals. Our agency works with the following insurance agencies:
iCare: Independent Care Health Plan is a managed care organization providing insurance benefits for people with disabilities and low-income Wisconsin residents.
Medicare: This is a federal health insurance program for individuals who are age 65 and above. If you are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance, you can also qualify for Medicare even if you are under 65 years old.
For questions about iCare please call 1-414-223-4847 or visit their website at www.icare-wi.org
My Choice Family Care: My Choice Family Care is a managed care organization that serves nine counties in Wisconsin. They provide insurance benefits for people who have long-term care service needs, meet financial eligibility requirements, and be a frail elder or an adult with a disability.
For questions about My Choice Family Care please call 1-414-287-7600 or visit their website at http://mychoicefamilycare.com/
IRIS: The IRIS program is a Medicaid Home And Community-Based Services waiver for self-directed long-term supports. IRIS is available to Wisconsin residents who are determined to be financially eligible and are in need of a determined level of care.
For questions about IRIS please call 1-888-515-4747 or visit their website at www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/iris
Community Care: Community Care is a nonprofit organization that helps eligible adults with long-term care needs live as independently as possible. Community Care serves Wisconsin residents in 14 counties.
For questions about Community Care please call 1-414-231-4000 or visit their website at http://www.communitycareinc.org
ContinuUs: ContinuUs is a managed care organization that provides insurance benefits for eligible Wisconsin adults in eight counties. Individuals must prove eligibility through financial and health requirements.
For questions about ContinuUs please call 1-608-647-4729 or visit their website at http://www.continuus.org
Title 19: Title 19 is a Medicaid plan for the elderly, blind or disabled who meet varying levels of eligibility. Eligibility is based on age, disability, income, and citizenship.
For questions about Title 19 please call 1-800-362-3002 or visit their website at www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/medicaid
Worker’s Compensation: Worker’s Compensation provides wage replacement and medical benefits to covered employees injured on the job. If injured on the job, please contact your employer to discuss your coverage.
For questions about Worker’s Compensation please call 608-266-1340 or visit their website at dwd.wisconsin.gov/wc
Private Insurance: Various forms of private insurances may be accepted. The most common form that will cover the costs of health services will be a long-term insurance provider. This type of insurance can be used when other forms of health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid do not cover costs.
For questions about Private Insurance, please contact your health insurance company to inquire about your benefits.
For all other billing and insurance questions, please call our office at 414-231-3130. We will be happy to help you determine eligibility.