Advanced Tissue takes special steps to ensure long-term care nurses have the ability to feel confident and empowered when it comes to dressing changes.
Long-Term Care Benefits
All orders are packaged with the doctor and resident’s name on each package, so they are easily trackable.
We accept Medicare, commercial insurance as well as Medicaid, in select states.
With all the needed supplies in one package, there is no need for unnecessary trips to central supply.
Once the order is received, we verify insurance coverage and ship supplies directly to the long-term care facility.
To minimize worry for patients, we take care of insurance authorization and claim forms.
Thank you very much for the wound care items. I am a Senior Citizen, I simply cannot afford the dressings my doctor ordered. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.Patient in Pleasantville, OH
Advanced Tissue has helped wounds heal in our facility because having what we need on-hand helps the healing process.Long-term Care Facility, Chicago, IL
Working with Advanced Tissue has been a wonderful experience. Their professional staff helps the treatment nurses in any way possible to make ordering supplies a breeze. The best part for me is receiving the monthly savings report, which allows easy tracking of each facility’s formulary compliance and total dollars saved.Marilyn Files, RN/LNHA Professional Nurse Consultant
Long-Term Care FAQs
Yes, we work with large and small, independently owned long term facilities to provide smartPACs with the resident’s name on each package.
We accept Medicare and commercial insurance from an extensive list of carriers, as well as Medicaid in select states. Each commercial insurance policy is different and, unlike some in the industry, we verify all insurance coverage before shipping product so the patient is in complete control of their out-of-pocket expenses.
Yes, as required by Medicare, every patient that receives services paid by the Medicare program is responsible for the 20% not paid by Medicare. Most patients have secondary insurance; however, in the event the patient has no secondary insurance, he or she will be responsible for the balance due.