Senior Care & Placement Services

• The Home Care Providers industry consists of Traditional home healthcare and home nursing care, home hospice, home therapy services and homemaker and personal services.
• The Home Care Providers industry in California is benefiting from a growing number of aging baby boomers. Over the five years to 2017, the number of adults aged 65 and older in California is expected to grow to 5.6 million people.
• Seniors are happier at Home: As people live longer due to advancements in medicine and technology, a growing number of seniors are looking to age in their homes and maintain independence for as long as possible.

While Skilled Home Healthcare and Hospice services are paid for Medicare to qualified beneficiaries, home health, hospice and in-home care agencies are privately owned companies, most by healthcare professionals who have realized the opportunity in the increasing and growing demands of healthcare services. Changing demographics means an uptick in the numbers of isolated elderly people who’ll need more care. Fueled by astronomical three-year growth levels, several privately held home health companies are again among the fastest-growing and most inspiring U.S. businesses in 2018. Collectively, all small business and startup companies on the 2018 list amassed more than $206 billion in combined 2017 revenue.

While quality patient-centered care is their primary goal, with the growing operational needs of the business, there is a need to professionalize their business models to keep up with the ever changing and now very competitive healthcare market. With JDDL’s solid background in sales, marketing, business development and operations, and tapping their growing US network of healthcare professionals, JDDL will refocus on building capabilities and expertise in Healthcare agency operations and practice.