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Category: 24 Hour Home Care

  • Alpine Investors-Backed TEAM Services Group Acquires 24 Hour Home Care

    TEAM Services Group – a portfolio company of the “anti-private equity firm” Alpine Investors – has acquired 24 Hour Home Care. The exact details of TEAM’s investment in the Los Angeles-based home care company have not yet been disclosed. 24 Hour Home Carewill continue operating by the same name under TEAM’s “Public Choices” division. Alpine […]

  • Future Leader: Ryan Iwamoto, 24 Hour Home Care President and Co-Founder

    The Future Leaders Awards program is brought to you in partnership with PointClickCare. The program is designed to recognize up-and-coming industry members who are shaping the next decade of senior housing, skilled nursing, home health and hospice care. To see this year’s future leaders, visit https://futureleaders.agingmedia.com/. Ryan Iwamoto, president and co-founder of Los Angeles-based 24 […]

  • How Seniors Helpers, ComForCare and 24 Hour Home Care Are Building Great Places to Work

    At a time when the home care industry is plagued with workforce shortages, Senior Helpers, 24 Hour Home Care and ComForCare have made a name for themselves as best-in-class employers. Among common retention tactics, all three organizations actively elicit feedback by surveying staff on a regular basis. Senior Helpers, 24 Hour Home Care and ComForCare […]

  • ComForCare, 24 Hour Home Care Among 2021’s ‘Best Workplaces in Aging Services’

    Several of home care’s biggest names made it on to Fortune’s “Best Workplaces in Aging Services” list for 2021, including several that have earned the recognition in the past. Released Friday, the Best Workplaces in Aging Services list is put together each year by Activated Insights, a subsidiary of Great Place to Work. The ranking […]

  • How the Medicare Advantage Landscape Has Evolved for Home Care Providers

    The Medicare Advantage (MA) opportunity isn’t one that has happened overnight for home care providers, with some industry insiders even describing it as a “slow burn.” In more recent years, a shift has begun to take place, however. Although MA has become a bigger piece of the overall Medicare program puzzle, home care only stepped […]

  • Top Home Care Trends for 2021

    Despite continued staffing challenges, home care is on the rise. Several emerging trends will define that ascent in the year ahead. Some of those trends will revolve around home care’s role in new care delivery models designed to treat higher-acuity patients. Others will have to do with shifts in the home care market itself and […]

  • Turnover, Tiny Homes and New Technology: 2021 Predictions from 14 Home Care Executives

    The U.S. home care industry is at an inflection point. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of payers and health care providers began to recognize the value of non-medical home care, particularly when it comes to chronic disease management and preventative care. That recognition has grown even stronger in 2020, with home care […]

  • Disrupt Podcast #37: Ryan Iwamoto of 24 Hour Home Care

    The 37th episode of our podcast, Disrupt, is now available! In 2008 — amid the last recession — Ryan Iwamoto and his co-founders started Los Angeles-based 24 Hour Home Care with $160,000 total of investment cash from family and friends. The company is now one of the largest privately owned home care companies in the […]

  • Future Leader: Andy Matthews, Vice President of Business Development, 24 Hour Home Care

    The Future Leaders Awards program is brought to you in partnership with PointClickCare. The program is designed to recognize up-and-coming industry members who are shaping the next decade of senior housing, skilled nursing, home health and hospice care. To see this year’s future leaders, visit Future Leaders online. Andy Matthews, vice president of business development […]

  • Home Care Companies Create New Revenue Streams by Helping Businesses Safely Reopen

    After weeks — in some cases, months — of closures due to the coronavirus, businesses across the U.S. began reopening in early June. But by July, many of those same businesses were forced to go in the opposite direction, thanks to a national resurgence of COVID-19 cases. As shops, manufacturing plants and warehouses again attempt […]