At-Home Care Providers See Scale as a Leg Up

In the dynamic home health, hospice and personal care industries, scale is sometimes a serious leg up, as well as a driving force behind record-setting M&A activity. That’s especially true when it comes to keeping up with potential Medicare Advantage (MA) opportunities, collecting actionable data and experimenting with new business models that solve nationwide problems, […]

4 Major In-Home Healthcare Market Drivers to Watch

We are seeing a perfect storm in the making in healthcare with trends that have combined to form tailwinds that are now poised to drive massive expansion in the home healthcare market. Even in the fast-growing healthcare sector, the home health industry stands out for its explosive growth. Home health spending is expected increase at […]

8% of Senior Living Providers See In-Home Care as a Growth Opportunity

Despite consumer preferences for home-based care, relatively few senior living organizations see it as a potential growth opportunity. Meanwhile, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) say they’re only losing a fraction of their referrals to home health providers. That’s according to a recent report from Enquire Solutions, a Greenwood Village, Colorado-based customer relationship management (CRM) and contact […]

The Home Health Care Technology Revolution is transforming an industry according to Electronic Caregiver™

Technology Revolution is Transforming Home Health Care …

The World’s First Virtual Caregiver – Addison, of Addison Care, guides a client through medication management. To contrast the opportunity, the multi-billion-dollar Home Care Industry is dealing with significant hurdles to support rapidly increasing demand. Home Care providers are dealing with increasing regulatory demands, high employee turnover, skilled labor shortages, and extreme economic pressures, such […]

Private In-Home Care Needs Standards …

For seven years, I worked at a private home care agency in Eugene, assisting a vulnerable group of people who were dependent on me for safety, care, mobility and companionship. Pay was low and training was lackluster at best. My coworkers were often sent into situations they had not been prepared for, and when they […]