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  • 8 Home Care Leaders Break Down What Service Lines They Plan to Further Invest In

    For the longest time, home care providers were just trying to gain a foothold in the broader health care sector. Now times have changed, as home care services have proven to be an integral part of the overall system, especially during the public health emergency. And with changing times comes evolution. For home care leaders, […]

  • Always Best Care Offers ‘Higher-Level Care’ with RPM Initiative

    Looking to deliver a higher level of care in the home, Always Best Care Senior Services has begun leveraging remote patient monitoring (RPM). The initiative reflects how non-medical home care organizations are becoming more tech-savvy to keep clients healthy while winning new referral business. “We thought that remote patient monitoring would give us a better […]

  • How Home Care Franchise Owners Are Navigating Industry-Wide Challenges

    The home care franchise model calls to mind the old idiom of “a chain is only as strong as its weakest link.” That’s because the business model relies on having a network of strong franchisees for its overall success. For the franchisees, or owners, that make up these networks, this means navigating challenges in service […]

  • How Home-Based Care Companies Are Carving Out a Space in Hospital-at-Home Programs

    When it comes to running a successful hospital-at-home model, many have stressed the importance of having a home care component to complement clinical service offerings and provide assistance with patients’ everyday activities. For some home care providers, this fact — and the launch of several new hospital-at-home programs since the start of the pandemic — […]

  • Home Care Franchise Growth Isn’t Slowing Down Any Time Soon

    It has been over a year since industry insiders predicted that home care franchise systems could experience accelerated growth brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Following rising unemployment and widespread business closures, many believed prospective entrepreneurs would turn to more mission-oriented careers, with home care and aging-in-place models presenting lots of upside. While it’s difficult […]

  • Strength in Numbers: Home Care Executives Reveal 2021’s Most Important Partnerships

    The old adage “there is strength in numbers” has stood the test of time because it’s largely true. To remain competitive and gain an edge over competitors, home care operators must form strategic partnerships with a wide variety of organizations. Common examples include collaborations with transportation companies like Uber (NYSE: UBER) and Lyft (Nasdaq: LYFT), […]

  • Always Best Care CEO: No Silver Bullet to Home Care’s Staffing Problems

    Home care operators have had to work around plenty of new challenges since last spring, from sourcing personal protective equipment to securing Paycheck Protection Program loans. Yet an old operational hurdle remains the toughest to overcome: staffing. Even amid the pandemic, most home care businesses have managed to grow. That growth has continued in 2021 […]