Patients often will need help at home after discharge from a hospital. But health insurance typically has coverage gaps in home care services. It’s...

Patients often will need help at home after discharge from a hospital. But health insurance typically has coverage gaps in home care services. It’s important for patients or family members to talk to the discharge planner or social worker at the hospital, and plan ahead for help to figure out what’s needed — and whether insurance will pay for it. The New York Times looks into these home care challenges and offers valuable guidance.


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