A. Services may include any of the following:
- Professional service - care provided by a doctor, nurse, dentist, foot doctor, therapist (such as physical, occupational or speech therapists), psychologist, pharmacist, or social worker.
- Ancillary service - care provided by a home health aide who often helps with bathing and personal hygiene; or help provided by homemakers, chore aides, volunteers, or home-delivered meals.
- Diagnostic testing - such as drawing blood, taking x-rays, and performing heart tests.
- Medical equipment - such as intravenous supplies and drugs, medical alert services, blood sugar tests, home safety (such as ramps and rails to assist in moving around), hospital beds, canes, walkers, and other items deemed medically necessary by your physician.