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Primary Home Care (PHC)

This program is a nontechnical, medically related personal care service provided to adults whose health problems cause them to be functionally limited in performing activities of daily living, according to a statement of medical need. PHC provider agencies also provide Family Care services. This service also is a nonskilled, nontechnical service provided to eligible clients who are functionally limited in performing daily activities. | Read more


News & Alerts

Letters [Provider (PL) and Information (IL)]
Number Title Date
IL 2015-59 PDF Claims Submission Using the International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision (ICD-10), for services provided on or after October 1, 2015 09/23/2015
IL 2015-45 PDF Fiscal Year 2015 Cutoff Dates for Fee-for-Service Year-end Closeout Processing 08/07/2015
IL 2015-37 PDF Preparing for the Upcoming Fiscal Year 2015 Fee-for-Service Claims Billing Closeout 06/24/2015
IL 2015-35 PDF Community First Choice Implementation for Texas Home Living Individuals Receiving Primary Home Care or Title XX Emergency Response Services 06/09/2015
IL 2015-05A PDF 2014 Cost Report and Cost Report Preparer Requirements 01/16/2015

All provider letters for Primary Home Care

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Updated: June 5, 2015