CareBuilders at Home

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 …

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‘We’re Not Providing a Luxury Service’: No-Nonsense Home Care Model Helps CareBuilders Grow Amid Economic Downturn

CareBuilders at Home — the non-medical home care division of ATC Healthcare — has announced a strategic growth plan across the U.S. The Lake Success, New York-based franchise currently has 13 locations. It is targeting to add more in Michigan, Illinois, Texas, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California, specifically in the Bay Area. The vast majority …

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In-Home Care Agencies May Look to Cut Costs by Scrapping Brick-and-Mortar Offices

The COVID-19 crisis has raised a complicated question for home-based care executives as they plan for the year ahead: Is the cost of having a brick-and-mortar office location still worth it? Traditionally, home health and home care operators have maintained a corporate headquarters or local office as a place where administrative staff can come into …

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