Medicare Part A will cover skilled therapy when it is received as an inpatient (formally admitted to a rehabilitation hospital or skilled nursing facility, see Where Are Outpatient Therapy Services Available? and How Do the Costs and Limitations for Medicare-covered Outpatient Therapy Work?) or under the home health care benefit (see Am I Eligible for Medicare Coverage of Skilled Therapy Services as Part of Home Health Care?) if you had an inpatient hospital stay.
Read More: What Are the Medicare Coverage Qualifications for Skilled Therapy Services in an Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital?
Learn About: What Are the Medicare Coverage Qualifications for Skilled Therapy Services in a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)?
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