Eminent Home Healthcare
Patient Information

1. What is home care?


Home care allows for continued medical treatment in a comfortable, familiar environment in your home.  It keeps families together while helping them adjust to a new lifestyle and maintains a sense of dignity for the patient. Our home care representatives are dedicated to meeting your health care needs.


2. Who pays for home care?

Medicare Part A covers 100% of the cost of necessary home health care. Medicaid covers home health, hospice and personal assistance/community care services. Most health insurance policies and HMOs now cover skilled home health care and hospice. In addition, workers' compensation and the Veteran's Administration cover home health services. The payers often require that services be delivered by a licensed and regulated home care agency, such as Eminent Home Health Care.

Even without the above payer sources, many people choose to pay for home care services out-of-pocket, because they prefer to live at home. By choosing to receive these services through a licensed, reputable and experienced agency like Eminent, loved ones can enjoy the peace of mind of knowing they have made the best decision.

3. I'm not completely sure what services I need. What now?

Call us at 214-660-4404 and speak with us about your needs. We will help assess what services would be appropriate. We are also happy to speak directly with your physician to develop a plan for your home care.

4. What is “Community Care”?

Community Care is the division of Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. that provides Medicaid Based Waiver Programs to the aged and disabled.

5. How do I apply for these services?

To apply for services that are delivered in your own home or in your community, call your local health and human services office. A case manager will come to your home to take your application and assess your need for services. Click on this link to take find the nearest office: http://www.dads.state.tx.us/services/contact.cfm

6. Which programs does Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. offer?

Eminent offers the following Community Care Programs:

  • Primary Home Care (PHC)
  • Family Care (FC)
  • Community Attendant Services (CAS)
  • Integrated Care Management Long Term Care Services (ICM)
  • Personal Care Services (PCS)
  • Private Duty Nursing
  • Medically Disabled Children's Program (MDCP)
  • Children with Special Needs (CSHCN)
  • Comprehensive Care Program (CCP)

7. Does Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. offer Community Care in my area?

Yes! Eminent Health Care, LLC. has a contract to provide Primary Home Care, Family Care, Community Attendant Services, and Personal Care Services, in several counties in Texas.

8. How do I apply for Medicaid?

To find out if you might qualify for Medicaid or other services, please visit the State of Texas Assistance and Referral System (STARS) website, https://www.yourtexasbenefits.com/wps/portal. You will be asked to answer questions about your income and assets. Please note that STARS only tells you what you might be eligible for – a caseworker must determine your final eligibility.

9. What is Community Based Alternatives?

Community Based Alternatives (CBA) provides home and community-based services to people who are elderly and to adults with disabilities as a cost-effective alternative to living in a nursing home. DADS employees provide case management services.

10. What is Primary Home Care?

Primary Home Care (PHC) is a non-technical, medically related personal care services that is open to Medicaid-eligible adults and children whose health problems cause them to be functionally limited in performing activities of daily living according to a practitioner's statement of medical need. PHC services are provided by an attendant. PHC provider agencies also provide Community Attendant Services and Family Care services. These services are also non-skilled and non-technical services provided to eligible clients who are functionally limited in performing daily activities. Family Care does not require a practitioner's statement of medical need.

11. What services does Home Health offer?

  • Skilled nursing
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Social Work
  • Home Health Aides

12. Can I have Medicare Home Health and Medicaid Community Care at the same time?

Yes, as long as you meet all qualifications and are authorized to receive these services. The services that you receive under Medicare Home Health and Medicaid Community care must not duplicate each other.

13. What is DADS?

The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) was established in September 2004 as a result of House Bill 2292 (78th Texas Legislature). DADS strives to provide a comprehensive array of aging and disability services, supports and opportunities that are easily accessed in local communities. Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. is contracted with DADS to provide a variety of these services. You may learn more about DADS at their website: www.dads.state.tx.us

14. Does Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. provide services to pediatric clients?

Yes! Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. provides services to clients under the age of 21 through the Personal Care Services Program (PCS). Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. is also contracted to provide for Medically Disabled Children's Program (MDCP), Children with Special Needs (CSHCN), and Comprehensive Care Program (CCP).

15. How do I find out if I qualify for services based on my income and resources?

Click on this link and select "Complete a Screening" or "Request an Application" to find out if you qualify for services: https://www.yourtexasbenefits.com/wps/portal

16. Does Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. have experience providing these programs?

Yes. Eminent Home Health Care, LLC. has provided home-based care since 2006 and our staff has over 15 years of home health care experience.

17. What is the STAR+PLUS program and how it affect me?

Texas is switching Medicaid patients to a several HMO's that are available to clients to receive Medicaid benefits. Eminent Home Health Care is already signed up with ALL available HMO's in the regions we serve to help ease the transition. Through these health plans the STAR+PLUS program combines traditional health care (such as doctor visits) and long-term services and support, such as providing help in your home with daily activities, home modifications, respite care (short-term supervision) and personal assistance.

18. Who qualifies for STAR+PLUS?

Enrollment in STAR+PLUS is required for Medicaid recipients who live in a STAR+PLUS service area and fit one or more of the following criteria:

  • People who have a physical or mental disability and qualify for supplemental security income (SSI) benefits or for Medicaid due to low income.
  • People who qualify for Community-Based Alternatives (CBA) 1915(c) waiver services.
  • People age 21 or older who can receive Medicaid because they are in a Social Security Exclusion program and meet financial criteria for 1915(c) waiver services.
  • People age 21 or older who are receiving SSI.

19. If I have additional questions, can I contact someone at Eminent?

Yes. Please call at 214-660-4404 and you will be connected with the main office.

20. How can I decide who is the best agency
 for my family?

Medicare offers a website to search your local area agencies. In the DFW metroplex there are over 3,000 agencies to choose from and anyone can be easily overwhelmed by all the options. Medicare COMPARE website allows users to check patient satisfaction against other agencies to see how satisfied clients are with their service. We are proudly among few that have a 5 star rating for patient satisfaction.

Eminent Home Healthcare LLC
10864 Audelia Road
Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75238
(214) 660-4404