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Accreditations

LA FAMILIA HEALTH INC. IS LICENSED AND CERTIFIED BY THE STATE OF TEXAS, IS A MEMBER OF TEXAS HOME CARE ASSOCIATION (TAHC), AND IS ACCREDITED BY THE JOINT COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION (JCAHO).

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We understand the importance employee satisfaction plays in delivery of care. Our employees are offered competitive salaries, paid health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off. We are fully staffed with full and part time nurses, therapists, medical social workers, and a licensed nutritionist.

 

MEDICAID

Medicaid is a federal-state entitlement program for low-income citizens of the United States. The Medicaid program is part of Title XIX of the Social Security Act Amendment that became law in 1965.

Medicaid offers federal matching funds to states for costs incurred in paying health care providers for serving covered individuals. State participation is voluntary, but since 1982, all 50 states have chosen to participate in Medicaid.

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MEDICARE

Medicare is a national health insurance program created and administered by the federal government in the United States to address the medical needs of older American citizens. Medicare is available to U.S. citizens 65 years of age and older and some people with disabilities under age 65.

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Private Insurance

"Health Maintenance Organization" (HMO) An HMO delivers all health services through a network of healthcare providers and facilities. With an HMO, you may have: The least freedom to choose your health care providers The least amount of paperwork compared to other plans A primary care doctor to manage your care and refer you to specialists when you need one so the care is covered by the health plan; most HMOs will require a referral before you can see a specialist.

"Preferred Provider Organizations" (PPO) Are a type of health plan. PPOs have a network of doctors, hospitals, and other providers who have agreed to charge less for plan members. Members of the health plan have access to a list of providers in the network by name and location. With PPO coverage, you may also choose to seek care from providers that do not participate in the plan's network. However, going outside the network comes with additional costs. .

"Point of Service" (POS) is a mix between an HMO and a PPO-style health insurance policy. With a POS health plan, you have more choices than with an HMO. You may need to select a primary care provider and need a referral to see a specialist. But with a POS plan you have the choice to use doctors, hospitals, and other providers that are not in your health plan's network. However, you will have to pay more for using out-of-network providers. .

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Private Pay

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Our Mission

Facilitate the delivery of professional and ancillary health care services needed in the client’s home setting in order to accomplish the following goals:

  • Promote good health and independent functioning
  • Prevent institutionalization
  • Facilitate early hospital discharge
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Our Values

La Familia Home Health, Inc. has been in business since 1997 and is locally owned an operated by nurses and business professionals who live right here in El Paso. Being locally owned and operated gives us the advantage of recognizing and meeting the needs of the El Paso community without long delays.

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Our Solution

La Familia Home Health was created with the belief that client care should meet certain standards and be delivered with compassion and genuine interest for the client and his/her unique situation. Our goal is for the client to meet their highest functional potential and remain as independent as possible in the community for as long as possible.

 

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