Fees for our services are absorbed by the Department of Labor without co-pays or deductibles We only employ licensed caregivers (RN, LPN’s) – with the added benefit of physician oversight Care is provided hourly to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week We manage paperwork and all documentation for submission We work together [...]
Those who apply for the Energy Employees Program (EEOICPA) and are awarded benefits, are issued a white card with their accepted illnesses listed on the front. Similar to a standard insurance card, whenever you receive medical care related to an accepted illness, you will show the card to have the costs covered under the EEOICPA. [...]
RESEP, or the Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program, helps individuals who live (or lived) in areas where U.S. nuclear weapons testing occurred. RESEP was created as a part of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) amendments of 2000 to help thousands of individuals diagnosed with cancer and other diseases caused by exposure to [...]
Additional benefits for nuclear power plant workers, uranium miners and others who worked in the atomic weapons fields during the Cold War may be available under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA). For more information on RECA, contact Haven Home Health Care staff or go to the government’s RECA website.
The EEOICPA program does not currently cover any type of holistic or naturopathic care compensation, including chiropractic and/or acupuncture care. You as a patient are free to pursue these types of care, but the EEOICPA program will not compensate workers for the costs of these types of care.
Haven Home Health Care provides for all types of care eligible through the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act, which includes but is not limited to: Nursing services. Coordination of service with your primary care physician. Health status assessments. Wound care and dressing. Medication and injection management. IV management. Blood draws for lab work. Pre-surgery [...]
After your EEOICPA claim is approved, you will receive a Medical Benefits Identification Card (often called a “White Card”). The card should be presented at the time of treatment for any accepted conditions that you have been approved for under your EEOICPA claim. The front side of your card will contain your name and the [...]
Under the EEOICPA, energy workers are NOT responsible for any part of their covered care costs. Approved energy workers will pay ZERO out of pocket costs for their EEOICPA care.
In October 2004, Congress amended the EEOICPA with Part E which provides compensation and medical benefits for DOE contractor and subcontractor employees whose illnesses were caused by exposure to any toxic substance while working at a DOE facility. Qualified survivors are the spouse of the employee and children who were either under the age [...]