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Home health and personal home care

Whether you need non-medical or medical assistance in your home, see how in-home care can help make life easier and help you live independently.
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Home Health

In-home healthcare providers like CenterWell Home Health™ and onehome offer personalized care, education and the support you may need to help recover from injury or illness. Skilled nurses, therapists and clinicians focus on individual needs to help you manage your health with confidence and get back to doing what you love.

Depending on your needs, a multi-disciplinary home care team will coordinate care with your physician. Your team may include:

  • Nurse
  • Physical therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Speech therapist
  • Home health aide
  • Social worker

Sometimes providers also require special medical equipment. Durable medical equipment (DME) can be provided in your home and may include:

  • Wheelchairs
  • Bariatric equipment
  • Diabetes supplies
  • Respiratory equipment

Our coordinated home infusion program uses in-house pharmacy compounding and direct delivery and setup in your home. Some examples include:

  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Enteral nutrition
  • Hormonal therapy
  • Total parenteral nutrition

*Other healthcare providers may be available in our network.

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In-home healthcare providers like CenterWell Home Health™ and onehome offer personalized care, education and the support you may need to help recover from injury or illness. Skilled nurses, therapists and clinicians focus on individual needs to help you manage your health with confidence and get back to doing what you love.

Depending on your needs, a multi-disciplinary home care team will coordinate care with your physician. Your team may include:

  • Nurse
  • Physical therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Speech therapist
  • Home health aide
  • Social worker

Sometimes providers also require special medical equipment. Durable medical equipment (DME) can be provided in your home and may include:

  • Wheelchairs
  • Bariatric equipment
  • Diabetes supplies
  • Respiratory equipment

Our coordinated home infusion program uses in-house pharmacy compounding and direct delivery and setup in your home. Some examples include:

  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Enteral nutrition
  • Hormonal therapy
  • Total parenteral nutrition

*Other healthcare providers may be available in our network.

Personal care in the home

There are certain times in life—after an injury, illness or during challenging times—when we could use an extra hand. With Humana's Personal Home Care Services (PHCS) benefit, you can receive care that not only helps makes things easier for you, it may also provide a break for family or friends who’ve been helping since your injury or illness began.

What can a professional caregiver do for me?

  • Self-care—This includes bathing, getting dressed, using the restroom and other personal needs
  • Getting around—An extra hand getting in or out of bed or a chair, plus opening doors and helping with walkers or canes
  • Meal prep and eating—Help preparing your meals with food you have on hand, so you can better enjoy them

To find out if in-home care through Humana’s PHCS benefit is available for plans in your area, call the number on the back of your Humana medical ID card.

Young female nurse delivers meal to older female patient sitting on bed.

There are certain times in life—after an injury, illness or during challenging times—when we could use an extra hand. With Humana's Personal Home Care Services (PHCS) benefit, you can receive care that not only helps makes things easier for you, it may also provide a break for family or friends who’ve been helping since your injury or illness began.

What can a professional caregiver do for me?

  • Self-care—This includes bathing, getting dressed, using the restroom and other personal needs
  • Getting around—An extra hand getting in or out of bed or a chair, plus opening doors and helping with walkers or canes
  • Meal prep and eating—Help preparing your meals with food you have on hand, so you can better enjoy them

To find out if in-home care through Humana’s PHCS benefit is available for plans in your area, call the number on the back of your Humana medical ID card.