Staying overnight in a hospital doesn't always mean you're considered an "inpatient". You only become an "inpatient" when a hospital formally classifies you as such under guidelines set by Medicare. Many times patients are labeled as "Under Observation", which means Medicare won't pay for rehabilitation services in a nursing facility or home health care, if needed after your hospital stay. 


Protect Yourself from this Under Observation and Inpatient Confusion


A Medico Short Term Recovery Care Insurance Policy helps to pay for rehabilitation services in a nursing facility or home health care after a hospital stay regardless of how you were classified in the hospital.


These plan options offer:

  • Daily Benefit Amount Options between $100-$300

  • Benefit Periods of 120, 240, or 360 days

  • Elimination Periods of 0, 15 or 30 days

  • 10% Household Discount


For additional information, all you have to do is Ask!  

Email: Ask@InsuranceSP.net




Medicare - Don't End Up with a Surprising Rehabilitation Bill!

Don't Confuse "Under Observation" with "Inpatient" During Your Hospital Stay.

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