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Thread: What is a "private pay program?"

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    Default What is a "private pay program?"

    This is a follow up to my initial question about an in-network provider who will no longer file insurance claims for their clients for a particular program. I finally received documentation from them that refers to this program as, "a private pay program", and further states "If I wish to file with insurance company, I will be provided with documentation to do so on my own."

    If this is not a breach of their in-network contract I can live with this; I'm just not sure how they can choose one program out of many and determine that because the insurance does not pay them enough that they will no longer file insurance claims for this one particular program.

    I am working though our administrator on this but I value the opinion of objective observers; is this allowed?

    Thank you.



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    Younger adults who have a temporary or ongoing need due to accident, illness, injury or disability may also receive our services. Services are provided seven days a week/24 hours a day through our private pay program.

    By innovatively scheduling time, instead of services, between client and companion escort, A Helping Hand’s client satisfaction is enhanced due to increased adaptability and flexibility for that time. Our rates vary according to the time scheduled – please call our office to find out more about our services and get a price quote. We offer discounts to those using companion care 40 or more hours per week.
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    Private pay program applies for people who can guarantee to pay for the assistance needed by their family member. This means the responsible party pays full cost for the services, which can be of great benefit to those who are financially able to pay for their assistance. Since the concerned parties in the private pay program are paying full cost, clients are able to access services immediately, bypassing a sometimes lengthy waiting list for help.

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    A Private Pay Program serves older adults 65+ years of age. The responsible party pays full cost for the services, which can be of great benefit to those who are financially able to pay for their assistance.

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    A Private pay program is for younger adults who have a temporary or ongoing need due to accident, illness, injury or disability. It applies for people who have ability and guarantee to pay for the helping hand or assistance needed.

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