Why Home-Based Care Providers See Value in International Footprints – Home Health Care News

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While the majority of their services and energy is concentrated in U.S. markets, a number of home-based care providers are continuing to see the value in participating in international markets.

By providing services to countries around the world — whether directly or through franchisees — several U.S.-based companies have taken advantage of demand overseas by implementing what already works at home, integrating services efficiently while expanding their brands.

“The ingenuity and innovation that happens in each of these different markets all become part of the collective intelligence of the whole network,” Home Instead CEO Jeff Huber told Home Health Care News. “It gives us a deeper and richer and broader base of knowledge.”

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Patrick Filbin is a reporter for HHCN. Prior to joining Aging Media Network, he was a reporter with the Chattanooga Times Free Press and a features reporter for the Gillette News Record in Wyoming.


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