Home Health Agencies Eye Business Opportunity with Hospital Partnerships

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  April 10, 2013 By Jason Oliva In an increasingly competitive home health marketplace, agencies report they are seeing a viable business opportunity in partnering with hospitals in light of readmission penalties. Since October 2012, hospitals have been subject to reimbursement cuts by as little as 1% per beneficiary after Medica...

Obamacare and Home Care


Obamacare has become a, sort of, double edged sword for those who work in the home care industry. Our CEO, Lenny Verkhoglaz was interviewed on FOX Business News about the issue. Under Obamacare, hospitals will be penalized for any readmissions for the same condition within 30 days. This is a prime opportunity for home care as hospitals now n...

Readmissions penalty presents a business opportunity for home care companies

April 01, 2013 By Stephanie Bouchard, Managing Editor NEW GLOUCESTER, ME – Home care companies have an opportunity to expand their businesses and shape coordinated care efforts by offering their services to hospitals seeking to avoid patient readmissions, say home care experts. The Affordable Care Act imposes a penalty on hospitals based...

Franchising and Home Care


Franchising has been on the rise for the last few years, and one sector that has been on the rise along side it is home care.  The home care industry has been on the incline as Baby Boomers have started to age, and it has not shown any signs of slowing down. This makes it a prime candidate for franchising. Across the US there are about 64 h...

Home Care: How Important is Brand Loyalty?


Brand recognition and awareness can be crucial factors in brand loyalty and customer retention. While brand awareness is important for all industries and brands, brand loyalty is less important for some. When it comes to an industry like home care, brand loyalty really is not that important. Why? Well, simply because there are no return custo...

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