Home care sales and marketing looks a lot different than it did two years ago; but there’s good news. With the release of the 2022 HCP Benchmarking Report, there’s now plenty of data to help home care agencies choose the right strategies and channels for their business.
If your home care company is growing (or you’d like it to be), SEO and PPC campaigns are a vital component to your success—but if you find yourself lost in the lingo and struggling to understand the metrics, you’re not alone!
Your caregivers’ first 90 days will cost you $136,890—in annual turnover costs, that is. Find out what is causing 57% of your employees to change their minds about your agency in their first 3 months of working with you and what only you can do to prevent it.
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of the Inspector General [OIG] recently announced a pending nationwide audit of hospice beneficiary eligibility.
Ready to sell your agency, but worried about losing your employees? Learn from three agencies who are acquisition experts to find out exactly how to break the news, navigate the transition process, and what they wish they had known along the way.
A lot of focus has been placed on your caregivers—for good reason, but where does that leave you and your office team? You’re not exempt from burnout, uncertainty, changing schedules, and daily operations. The job satisfaction, day-to-day workload, and well-being of yourself and your team are equally important as that of your caregivers.
The 2022 Home Care Growth Summit is a 2-day (+ pre-conference) virtual initiative designed to bring together 32 leaders from the home care industry to share their knowledge, experience, advice, and expertise. Even better—general admission is completely free for this year’s conference.
The average home care agency will spend $136,890 on caregiver turnover costs this year. Hire an office staff member to focus exclusively on hiring instead.
Over half of your new hires will quit this year—at $2,600 in turnover costs per caregiver, that’s an onboarding oversight you can’t afford to make. Learn how to adjust your interview process to identify the caregivers who will stick around.
With 10.4 million job openings in the U.S. right now, last year’s hiring efforts won’t make the cut. Update your recruitment strategy to include these 6 vital ingredients to compete in today’s competitive job market.
The struggle to find and retain caregivers is nothing new to the home care industry. Developing effective recruitment strategies while simultaneously working to reduce caregiver turnover and retain top talent is more vital than ever with the explosion in the number of older adults desiring care at home.