Insurance Options

Payment and Insurance issues will not create additional stress for people when they enter the Hospice Care Network program. Though everything will be fully explained upon admission to the program, these basic questions are usually asked by people before entering our program:


  • Is hospice care covered by insurance?
  • What care and services are usually covered?
  • What are the charges for staying at one of the Hospice centers?
  • Is financial assistance available to those who may need it?
  • How are hospice services covered for people in nursing homes?

When a person qualifies medically for hospice care, Medicare, Medicaid and many private insurance policies have hospice benefits. Special funds are put aside for military veterans. People can choose to pay privately, or in some cases, Hospice Care Network bills on an “ability to pay” basis, or pro bono care. Since some pay nothing or very little, contributions are utilized to offset expenses. No one is refused service based on inability to pay.


My family and I would like to extend our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to each and everyone of the wonderful people who cared for my husband. He was always treated with devoted and kind hands and was made as comfortable and pain free as possible.
I thank you from the bottom of my heart for getting my mom into the Hospice INN. I had no idea there was such a beautiful place filled with beautiful, compassionate and caring people. My husband and I, and many members of my family were in complete awe at the care my mother received.