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Home Health Care 2018: Primed for Growth, Consolidation Continues

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Our Home Health Care 2018 report takes a deep dive into the existing market and offers insight into future potential for home health care. In the report you will find:

  • A comprehensive evaluation of the current state of the home care environment, including trends and factors affecting growth
  • Company profiles: strategies, news, financials, market penetration, organizational structure, and more
  • Implications of the Affordable Care Act for home health care
  • Primary research conducted with our home care industry executive panel, including their perspective on the outlook for their firms and the industry; current and expected future use of technology, and experience with accountable care organizations and value-based contracts
  • Primary research of consumer attitudes, and awareness and usage of home health care and private duty services
  • Primary research of home health satisfaction drivers
  • Opportunities, threats, and critical success factors
  • An analysis of Medicare and Medicaid expenditures, current and projected

This is the 10th edition of this report. We believe that the Home Health Care Market Outlook is the most comprehensive analysis of the industry to date—a sentiment echoed by many of our clients over the years. Whether you’re an industry veteran or new to the market, within these pages you’ll find insights, fresh perspectives, and a keen understanding of where the market is headed in the years to come.

Home Health Care 2018 is designed for executives in the following market segments:

  • Integrated health systems, physician groups and ACOs
  • Home health, home care, hospice, and post-acute providers
  • Retail and wholesale pharmacy
  • DME and medical supplies
  • Health services researchers
  • Payers and other providers
  • Private equity and venture capital investors
  • Pharma/biotech and medical device

The report consists of a wire-bound main document plus downloadable .pdf, 378 pages, including a 20-page executive summary and 139 figures and tables. Subscribers will receive periodic updates in .pdf format for one year from the date of purchase.

Purchasers of either a Department or Global Site License will receive a 90-minute, in-person Q&A with Darwin Health CEO John Marchica. Please contact service@darwinhealth.net for more information.

Home Health Care 2018 is part of a larger syndicated research effort. Partners interested in participating in this ongoing project have the opportunity to get specific questions answered, tailoring the report to their needs. Please contact us if you are interested in diving even deeper into home health care.

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Table of Contents

Project Scope

Executive Summary

1. Understanding Home Health Care

-Definition

-Perspective

-Home Health Consumers

-Providers

-Market Demand

-Supply Chain: Supply Side

-Supply Chain: Demand Side

-Competitive Environment

-Visiting Nurse Organizations

-Integrated Health Systems

 

2. Financing Home Health Care

-Federal Funding

-Funding Sources

-Reimbursed Services

-Home Health and the Affordable Care Act

-Future Funding

 

3. Company Profiles

-AccentCare, Inc.

-Addus HealthCare, Inc.

-Almost Family, Inc.

-Amedisys, Inc.

-American HomePatient

-Apria

-BAYADA Home Health Care

-HCR ManorCare

-Intrepid USA

-Kindred Healthcare Inc.

-Lincare Holdings

-Maxim Healthcare

-National HealthCare Corp.

-PSA Healthcare

-Rotech Healthcare, Inc.

-VITAS Healthcare

 

4. Home Care Executive Panel Survey

-Methodology and Demographic Characteristics

-Key Findings: Outlook

-Key Findings: ACOs and Value-Based Contracting

-Key Findings: Technology

-June 2016 Update

 

5. Consumer Survey: Attitudes, Awareness and Experience

-Methodology

-Limitations

-Demographic Characteristics

—Results: Home Health Care

-Key Findings: Home Health Care

-Results: Private Duty

-Key Findings: Private Duty

-Discussion

 

6. Satisfaction and Quality Measures

-Data and Variables Definition

-National Average Scores

-Data Analysis

-Correlation Analysis

-Regression Analysis

-Results

 

7. Outlook

Technology

The Affordable Care Act

Our Aging Population

Employment Outlook

Regulation

Industry Consolidation

Accountable Care Organizations

Rebasing

Consumer Awareness

Our Health

 

8. Conclusion

 

APPENDICES

A: Trade Associations

B: Home Care Franchising Companies

C: State Population Growth, Rank

D: Number of Home Health Units by State, PTU Score

E: 5-Star Home Health Agencies

F: Executive Outlook, by Type of Company and Business Size

G: Technology Use, by Type of Company and Business Size

 

Notes and References

 

FIGURES

Figure 1.1 Medicare Part A & Part B Average Payment Per Day

Figure 1.2 Continuum of Care

Figure 1.3 How Home Health Care Is Delivered

Figure 1.4 Home Health Care Services Number of Firms and Establishments

Figure 1.5 U.S. Population Growth Projections, 2015-2050

Figure 1.6 Over-65 Population, 2012 Census Update

Figure 1.7 Over-65 Population High Growth States, 2000-2010

Figure 2.1 Trends in Persons Served, Visits per Person Served, Visit Charges

Per Person Served, Percent Change from Previous Year

Figure 2.2 Trends in National Health Expenditures, Medicare Expenditures and

Medicare Home Health Expenditures, Percent Change from Previous Year

Figure 2.3 Home Health Care Total Expenditures by Source of Funds, 2012

Figure 2.4 Distribution of Home Health Care Insurance Expenditures, 2012

Figure 2.5 FY 2013, Medicare Spending Distribution

Figure 2.5a FY 2013, Medicare Spending Distribution Part A

Figure 2.5b FY 2013, Medicare Spending Distribution Part B

Figure 2.6 Projected Medicare Expenditures on Home Health Agencies, 2015-2024

Figure 2.7 Medicaid Historical and Projected Benefit Expenditures

Figure 2.8 Distribution of Home Health Services, 2012

Figure 3.1 Addus Weekly Adjusted Closing Price, 2012 to Present

Figure 3.2 Almost Family Five-Year Weekly Share Price

Figure 3.3 Amedisys Market Penetration

Figure 3.4 Amedisys Five-Year Weekly Closing Share Price

Figure 3.5 Kindred Revenues by Payer Type

Figure 3.6 Kindred Home Health Market Penetration

Figure 3.7 Kindred Five-Year Weekly Closing Share Price

Figure 3.8 LHC Home Health Market Penetration

Figure 3.9 LHC Group Five-Year Weekly Share Price

Figure 3.10 Maxim Home Health Market Penetration

Figure 3.11 NHC Five-Year Weekly Closing Share Price

Figure 4.1 Executive Panel Composition

Figure 4.2 Annual Revenue of Participating Firms

Figure 4.3 Primary Business

Figure 4.4 12-Month Outlook: Key Indicators

Figure 4.5 Large Companies Ready for Expansion

Figure 4.6 External Forces Influencing Business Outcomes

Figure 4.7 2015 Financial Outlook

Figure 4.8 Familiarity with ACOs

Figure 4.9 Knowledge of Specific ACOs in Region

Figure 4.10 Met with an ACO

Figure 4.11 Will be a 2016 ACO Partner

Figure 4.12 Experience with ACOs, by Company Size

Figure 4.13 Experience with ACOs, Home Health vs. Private Duty

Figure 4.14 Confidence in Profitably Contracting with ACOs

Figure 4.15 Experience with Risk, by Company Size

Figure 4.16 Bundled Payment Participation

Figure 4.17 Effect on Revenues and Profit

Figure 4.18 Had Risk-Sharing Contract

Figure 4.19 Effect on Revenues and Profit

Figure 4.20a Technology Services Provided

Figure 4.20b Technology Services Provided

Figure 4.21 Percent having meetings with ACOs

Figure 4.22 Percent Preferred Provider Arrangement with ACOs

Figure 4.23 Percent with Risk-sharing Experience

Figure 4.24 Result of Risk-Sharing on Revenue

Figure 4.25 Result of Risk-Sharing on Profit

Figure 4.26 ACO Relationship Summary by Provider Type

Figure 4.27 Private Duty Contracting Activity

Figure 5.1 Education

Figure 5.2 Gender

Figure 5.3 Age

Figure 5.4 Income Distribution

Figure 5.5 Region

Figure 5.6 Familiarity with Home Health Care

Figure 5.7 Had Personal Experience With Home Health Care

Figure 5.8 Opinion Favorability of Home Health Care

Figure 5.9 Awareness of Medicare Coverage of Home Health Care

Figure 5.10 Likely to Use Home Health Care Within 12 Months

Figure 5.11 Finding a Home Health Care Provider

Figure 5.12 Familiarity With Home Care

Figure 5.13 Had Personal Experience With Home Care

Figure 5.14 Opinion Favorability of Home Care

Figure 5.15 Awareness of Medicare Coverage of Home Care

Figure 5.16 Likely to Use Home Care Within 12 Months

Figure 5.17 Finding a Home Care Provider

Figure 5.18 Awareness of Selected Companies

Figure 5.19 Long-Term Care Insurance Coverage

Figure 6.1 Period Life Expectancy at Age 65, Historical and Forecast

 

TABLES

Table 1.1 Common Diagnoses Upon Admission

Table 1.2 Top Private Duty Franchises by Number of Locations

Table 1.3 Most Saturated State Markets

Table 1.4 Least Saturated State Markets

Table 1.5 Buyers and Suppliers of Home Health Care

Table 1.6 Top Home Health Suppliers

Table 1.7 Integrated Health Systems with Large Home Health Programs

Table 2.1 Medicare Home Health Benefits Coverage

Table 2.2 Medicaid Enrollment Trends

Table 3.1 AccentCare Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.2 Addus Revenue and Net Income, 2012-2016

Table 3.3 Addus Locations

Table 3.4 Almost Family Revenue and Net Income, 2011-2016

Table 3.5 Almost Family Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.6 Almost Family Brands

Table 3.7a CHS Home Health Locations

Table 3.7b CHS Hospice Locations

Table 3.8 Almost Family Executive Contact Information and Verified Email Addresses

Table 3.9 Amedisys Revenue and Operating Income, 2011-2016

Table 3.10 Amedisys Key Performance Indicators

Table 3.11 Amedisys Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.12 American HomePatient Locations

Table 3.13 Apria Locations

Table 3.14 BAYADA Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.15 HCR ManorCare Locations

Table 3.16 Intrepid USA Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.17 Kindred Revenues and Income, 2012-2016

Table 3.18 Kindred Revenues by Division, 2012-2016

Table 3.19 Other Kindred Home Care and Hospice Brands

Table 3.20 Kindred At Home Division Operating Data, 2013-2016

Table 3.21 Kindred Home Health and Hospice Locations

Table 3.22 Kindred Hospitals and Nursing Center Facilities

Table 3.23 Kindred Hospitals by Net Patient Revenue

Table 3.24 Kindred Executive Contact Information and Verified Emails

Table 3.25 LHC Revenue by Division, 2013-2016

Table 3.26 LHC Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.27 LHC Hospital Partnerships

Table 3.28 LHC Top Performing HHAs

Table 3.29 LHC Executive Contact Information and Verified Email Addresses

Table 3.30 Lincare Locations by State

Table 3.31 Maxim Locations and Market Penetration

Table 3.32 NHC Revenue and Net Income, 2011-2016

Table 4.1 Services Offered

Table 5.1 Familiarity With Home Health Care

Table 5.2 Personal Experience With Home Health Care

Table 5.3 Favorability of Home Health Care

Table 5.4 Likely to Use Home Health Care

Table 5.5 Familiarity and Likely to Use Home Health Care

Table 5.6 Previous Experience and Likely to Use Home Health Care

Table 5.7 Finding a Home Health Care Provider

Table 5.8 Familiarity With Home Care

Table 5.9 Personal Experience With Home Care

Table 5.10 Favorability of Home Care

Table 5.12 Likely to Use Home Care

Table 5.13 Familiarity and Likely to Use Home Care

Table 5.14 Previous Experience and Likely to Use Home Care

Table 6.1 National Average Scores

Table 6.2 Correlation Matrix

Table 6.3 Regression Results

Table 6.4 Leading Agencies: Professionalism

Table 6.5 Leading Agencies: Communications

Table 6.6 Leading Agencies: Overall Experience

Table 6.7 Leading Agencies: Likely to Recommend

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