Does the government pay for ManorCare nursing homes?


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Medicare-certified ManorCare nursing homes may be eligible for government aid, according to Heartland Manor Care. Medicare lists specific guidelines regarding coverage for nursing and hospice care, and certified ManorCare services are covered by the provisions of Medicare A and Medicare B plans.

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ManorCare nursing homes that are certified by Medicare qualify for government assistance through the insurance program, according to Medicare. Patients who are eligible for Medicare are covered for the cost of in-patient facilities and services such as semi-private rooms, medical supplies, standard nursing services and laboratory services. However, some rehabilitative and assisted living services may not be covered by government insurance.

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