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Support from the Industry
“When I started my company, one of the best things I did was sign up to provide information to the Benchmark Study. Over the years, I continually referred back to these studies to compare my growth to companies the same size as mine. I’ve learned a tremendous amount by submitting my data which in return, gives me a wealth of data about our industry.”
“Home Care Pulse’s Home Care Benchmarking Study is a tremendously vital tool for collecting agency-level data and examining the home care industry’s ever-evolving and growing footprint. With its comprehensive analysis of recruitment and retention data, sales and marketing findings, financial insights, the latest trends, and more, every home care provider would be wise to participate year after year.”
“I always say, “What gets measured gets managed, what gets rewarded gets repeated.” The best way to understand how to measure the performance of your home care company is to participate in the annual Home Care Benchmarking Study from Home Care Pulse. Download the preparation worksheet, gather your own data, and submit your data. Then purchase a copy of the report and study the results. Use it every day to compare your company to the industry. I have supported the annual Benchmarking Study for over a decade. I never go into the office of a home care strategy client without my copy of the benchmarking report. It is THE source for facts and data about our industry.”
“Every home care agency should participate in the Benchmarking Study, and every home care agency should use the Benchmarking Study.”
What’s New with the 2020 Study?
You asked, we’re delivering. This year’s study has a greater focus on data points split up by region, independent vs. franchise, revenue range, and other relevant factors. This will allow you to compare the same data points at a more granular level and compare data apples-to-apples with your agency.
We’re also including new data points relevant to 2020, such as:
The factors most strongly correlated with high profit margins
The number of agencies tracking hospital readmissions
The dollar impact of technologies like Customer Relationship Managers (CRMs)