As one of the top medical centers in Bethesda, we are proud of the fact that we accept all major insurance plans. If your insurance is not listed below, please call us!
Medicare Part A generally covers hospital services, facility care, nursing home care, home health and hospice. You can learn more about what Medicare A specifically covers here.
Medicare Part B covers preventive services as well as medically necessary services. For example, things like ambulance services, mental health services, clinical research and more. To get more insight of all that Medicare Part B covers, click here.
Chronic care management services
If you have 2 or more serious chronic conditions that are expected to last at least a year, Medicare may pay for a healthcare professional's help to manage those conditions.
Chronic care management offers additional help managing conditions like arthritis, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Services may include:
All people with Part B are covered. To get started, ask your healthcare professionals if they provide chronic care management services.
You may pay a monthly fee, and the Part B deductible and coinsurance apply. If you have supplemental insurance or have both Medicare and Medicaid, it may help cover the monthly fee.
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers screening blood tests for cholesterol, lipid, and triglyceride levels every five years. These screenings include blood tests and help detect conditions that may lead to a heart attack or stroke.
All people with Medicare Part B are covered.
You pay nothing for the tests if your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider accepts the assignment.
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers a one-time abdominal aortic aneurysm ultrasound. You must get a referral for it from your doctor or another practitioner.
People with Part B who are at risk. You're considered at risk if you meet one of these criteria:
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers voluntary advance care planning as part of the Yearly “Wellness” visit. This is planning for care you would want to get if you become unable to speak for yourself. You can talk about an advance directive with your health care professional, and he or she can help you fill out the forms, if you want to.
An advance directive is a written document stating how you want medical decisions to be made if you lose the ability to make them for yourself. It may include a living will and a durable power of attorney for health care.
All people with Part B.
You pay nothing if the doctor or other qualified healthcare provider accepts the assignment.
To explore all that Medicare covers, click here to learn more. Additionally, if you are looking for a new primary care doctor or feel like you could benefit from any of the medical services that we offer, we encourage you to come visit Jivana Care's medical clinic in Bethesda. Our doctors will take your health as seriously as you do. Contact us or walk in to make an appointment today.
If you are looking for a new primary care doctor or feel like you could benefit from any of the medical services that we offer, we encourage you to come visit Jivana Care's medical clinic in Bethesda. Our doctors will take your health as seriously as you do. Contact us or walk in to make an appointment today.