Non medical and medical home health care
It is no
secret that age baby boomers demand for the non medical
and medical and companionship are only going to increase,
but what we have come to learn is a good percentage of
the home care business is just not for the elderly.
People who have suffered short and permanent injuries, new
mothers who needs assistance and education in caring for
their new babies, the hospice terminally ill patients.
In this ever-evolving marketplace, the
non medical and medical home healthcare business owner
main focus is to be the in the forefront of the personal
care giving industry. The home health care business owner
must not be outdated to its approach to the non medical
and medical business industry. The home
healthcare agency must be join organizations, communities,
subscribe to trade magazines related to non medical and
medical healthcare industry to be abreast with the ever
changing rules and regulations of the private and public
providers of non medical and medical health services.
Non medical and medical home care
services businesses have grown at a rapid pace since 1998
to keep up with the demand. One leading non
medical companionship service franchiser, franchise,
are expecting to open between 40 to 60 non medical
companionship franchised locations in 2007.
According to U.S. GAO office, there are
currently 36 million baby boomers and over the next few
decades the numbers are projected to be 70 million plus baby
boomers. As of now 12 millions Americans require some
type of non medical and medical home health care services
and as many as 6 out of every 10 Americans have family
members or friends that are needing the assistance of non
medical and medical homecare. According to AARP, 8
our 10 Americans prefers homecare services versus going to
a long term convalescent home. Personal caregivers
jobs are expected to increase as well with growth of the
non medical and medical home healthcare service business
industry. The need of increase training for the personal
giver will be a must because the clients needs are getting
more complex and the desire for majority of non medical
and medical clients to stay home.
A leading non medical home
healthcare company in Ohio has a system wide sales of $4
million in 2000, now the projected sales in 2007 will
reach $250 million.