Home Care for the 21st Century Is The Only Home Healthcare Franchise with 8 Inclusive Turn-Key Services
The world’s aging population has created an enormous need for healthcare services - and the number of elderly citizens is only going to grow. Consider that the number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to nearly double from 52 million in 2018 to 95 million by 2060, and the 65-and-older age group’s share of the total population will rise from 16 percent to 23 percent. Perhaps nowhere is the need for healthcare greater these days than in the home, and only one home healthcare franchise provides a turn-key product that can handle any home healthcare need.
Home Care for the 21st Century is a healthcare provider company with 25 years of experience in the market. The company has helped establish more than 4,000 independently-owned home care businesses. The brand’s unique structure allows its franchisees to provide up to 8 inclusive home healthcare-related services all under one roof. It is a model that allows you to have multiple revenue streams for one patient.
“Home Care for the 21st Century is dedicated to giving our franchisees unlimited growth opportunities and support services for what we believe to be the best value in the market,” says owner and president John Dapello.
A deeper dive into home healthcare statistics finds $92.4 billion was spent in the area in 2016, growing from 83.6 billion dollars in 2014, and following an increasing trend over the last decade. In 2015, the home health care services industry reported revenue of more than $74 billion dollars. According to AARP, more than 90% of seniors want to “Age in Place.” Seniors want to stay in their home which requires more home care agency services to be available to support the growth of the older population.
There are many reasons to look at franchise opportunities with Home Care of the 21st Century. First, are the all-compassing 8 types of care the brand can provide clients:
1) Companion Care – Non-medical caregivers help keep clients in their homes helping with chores, light housework, and meal preparations.
2) Personal Care – Hands-on services such as dressing, feeding, and assistance with doctor and hospital visits.
3) Private Duty Skilled Care – Nurses and therapists handle services such as physical, occupational, and speech therapy. These services supplement what Medicare and Insurance do not cover.
4) Medicare Skilled – Medicare pays you to send nurses and therapists who handle services such as physical, occupational, and speech therapy.
5) Hospice Care – You deal one-on-one with family and clients going through end of life care.
6) Medical Staffing – Your office assists healthcare professionals with positions in hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities.
7) Non-Emergency Medical Transportation – You provide clients with mobility issues occasional or regular transportation to see doctors, grocery shopping, or other events.
8) Durable Medical Equipment – You offer equipment that assists clients
Also, says Dapello, Home Care for the 21st Century assists its franchisees all along the way, everything from completing licensing applications and proper preparation for successful accreditations, enrollment into all available 3rd party payor program to continuous nurse on call support and ongoing quality improvement performance programs. Ongoing sales, marketing, operations and clinical support and training is provided regularly to new and existing franchisees. In addition, Home Care for the 21st Century provides billing and collections solutions for Medicare and insurances.
“We make sure our franchisees have everything they need to grow their own company as big and diverse as they want to,” says Dapello. “We invest in our franchisees and that helps all of us become successful and profitable.”
If Home Care for the 21st Century sounds like the kind of investment opportunity you would be interested in, there are still many prime territories available for franchising. Visit www.homecareforthe21stcenturyfranchise.com or call 833-432-2273 for more information.
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