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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I begin the application process for Medicaid? There are two ways to apply for Nursing Home Medicaid. You will need the following documents before pursuing one… Read full answer →

Are there any additional benefits for Veterans? Yes, veteran’s who served at least 90 days of which at least one of the days was during wartime and were other than… Read full answer →

Can you guarantee our application will be approved? Platinum Benefit Services guarantees in writing the approval of any Medicaid application it files. If Platinum fails… Read full answer →

How long does the Medicaid approval process take? From the time the application is filed the average approval time for Platinum is 47 days. It can be as short as 3 days… Read full answer →

How much does your service cost? Our Medicaid filing Services are priced based upon the amount of assets that must be accounted for … Read full answer →

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Paying for Nursing Home Care →
The most common way to pay for long-term care in a nursing home is by qualifying the patient for Medicaid.

For Nursing Home Professionals →
We aid administrators of nursing homes and assisted-living facilities to maneuver through the Medicaid application for their clients efficiently, accurately and timely.

For Legal Professionals →
We complement attorneys with their legal medicaid planning by providing efficient, accurate and timely services for their clients.

For Families →
If you qualify for Medicaid, you may be able to get help to pay for nursing home care costs.

For Veterans →
You may be able to pay for long term care services through VA, Federal and State programs (Medicare and Medicaid), and through insurance or your private funds.