From Short-Hour Shifts To Care Management Services: Home Care CEOs Target Untapped Business Opportunities

Home care CEOs are constantly seeking new business opportunities and exploring areas for growth. For some leaders, this even means gravitating toward opportunities they feel have largely gone untapped. John Sneath, CEO of Tribute Home Care, sees attaining market share as the biggest business opportunity for his company. “At Tribute, before we’ve thought too much […]

ComForCare Ups The Ante On Caregiver Training With ‘DementiaWise 2.0’

ComForCare is building on its DementiaWise training program with the rollout of a 2.0 version. “We do feel that the DementiaWise program is a differentiator,” Stephanie Wierzbicka, director of strategic health programs at ComForCare, wrote in an email to Home Health Care News. “The program is designed to equip caregivers with the tools and knowledge […]

With $350 Million Gentiva Deal, Addus Puts Its Money Where Its Mouth Is

On Monday, Addus HomeCare Corp. (Nasdaq: ADUS) announced what would be the biggest transaction of 2024 thus far. Its $350 million deal for Gentiva’s personal care business could reflect a tide change in the recently slow home-based care M&A market. It’s also reflective of Addus’ impressive ability to deliver on its strategic vision. Though the […]

Home-Based Care Providers Continue To Find New Use Cases For AI

More home-based care providers have become curious about the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI), especially when it comes to its potential around easing clinician and caregiver workload and improving patient outcomes. Companies like Homewatch CareGivers and Pinnacle Home Care moved past the curiosity stage, and have implemented AI tools into their operations and clinical processes. […]

[Updated] Addus To Buy Gentiva’s Personal Care Assets For $350 Million

Addus HomeCare Corp. (Nasdaq: ADUS) is set to acquire Gentiva’s personal care assets for about $350 million. Those assets amount to over 16,000 home care patients per day, in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Addus – which just left the state of New York – will fund the acquisition through its […]