Whether you're seeking professional knowledge, considering one of our services, or would just like to learn more about home, community, or facility based care, we want to help. Find what you need in our FAQs, sit down with one of our guides, or connect with an LHC Group professional or patient by watching a video.

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Trying to Figure Out Where to Start with In-Home Healthcare?

Learn more about LHC Group’s mission in action, the services we offer in our hospice program, and hospice eligibility indicators in our quick guide.

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How to Qualify for Home Health Care

Home health care is an effective care strategy focused on maintaining comfort and achieving the best quality of life. To qualify for home health care, you must meet the criteria developed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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Patient Home Health FAQ – Bring Healing Home

We answer your common questions about Home Health, from managing medications to diet considerations and risk assessment.

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Quick Guide to Hospice Care

Our hospice program is perhaps the best example of our mission in action – to provide exceptional care and unparalleled service to patients and families who have placed their trust in us.

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Physician’s Guide to Enrollment in Medicare PECOS

Learn more about why PECOS is an important part of physician enrollment and get your PECOS questions answered.

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Hospice FAQ – Living, Loving and Making Every Day Count

Learn how hopsice care be provided in any place a patient calls home, including nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

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Physician FAQ – How We Help Your Patients Bring Healing Home

Learn more about LHC Group’s mission in action, the services we offer in our hospice program, and hospice eligibility indicators in our quick guide.

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Physician’s Guide to Hospice Referrals

If you have diagnosed a patient with a terminal illness, let us help you provide care, comfort and support for your patient and his or her family.

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