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Data at a Local Level
Local Data Addresses Community Needs in Home Care
As the home care industry expands nationwide, the demand for local data and insights is increasing. Knowing how your agency is performing regionally can help you address local weaknesses and build strategies to improve in areas like marketing, recruitment or retention. With local data, home care agencies can also benchmark themselves against other agencies in their state and region.
Home Care Pulse has the unique opportunity to gather data from thousands of agencies, clients, caregivers, vendors and associations across the home care industry. We’d like to share this local data and give your agency a customized report based off your location and agency size.
Benchmarks are distinguished by state and geographic regions including Pacific, Central, Great Lakes, Southern & NorthEastern regions.
Free 2019 State Benchmarking Reports
Access state, region and industry comparisons for caregiver wages, revenue, acquisition costs and more.
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State reports are provided based on participation in the 2020 Home Care Benchmarking Survey between Feb 1 – Mar 31.
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Top Threats Home Care Providers are Facing
& How Local Data Combats these Threats
Caregiver Shortages & Turnover
Diving into turnover on a local level can help agencies diagnose the root of the problem in their area. Caregiver demographics and challenges aren’t the same across the board and moving into the future of home care it’ll be important for agencies to understand causes of shortages and turnover in their area in order to combat the increasing turnover rates.
Attracting Enough Referrals
In most regional areas, agencies are surrounded by hospitals, clinics and other SNFs (skilled nursing facilities). In order to receive referrals, you have to build relationships with potential local referral sources. Local research will help you discover these opportunities and capitalize on them.
Increasing Competition & Fight for $15 Wage Battle
Retail giants, tech companies and even national food chains are flexing their corporate muscles and dominating recruitment with above average pay. Home care agencies have to acknowledge their local competitors and find ways to stand out in their recruitment processes, on-boarding and long-term culture to be able to compete.