New Franchise Territories Open for Senior Home Healthcare Industry

The LifeSpring In-Home Care Network is opening new franchise territories in 30 states. LifeSpring franchisees will benefit from a very successful business model serving the needs of a growing senior population that desires in-home healthcare services.

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LifeSpring is unique in the range of care it provides along with the level of support offered to franchisees in dealing with the complex healthcare system.

Norman, Oklahoma (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

The LifeSpring In-Home Care Network, responding to growing demand for in-home healthcare, is now opening new franchise territories in the following 30 states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

The number of seniors 65 and older in the US is estimated to nearly double to 70 million by the year 2040. Roughly 8 million seniors currently have some form of disability that requires assistance. That number is projected to increase to 15 million by 2020. Average life expectancy beyond 65 is an additional 18.6 years. These increasing stats combined with a growing desire and expectation for in-home care are driving strong growth in demand within the senior home health care industry.

The LifeSpring senior home care franchise opportunity was launched in 2012 based on the unique and highly successful business model of its affiliate, LifeCare Oklahoma. After more than 10 years of steady growth, LifeCare’s leadership was ready to bring this successful business model to other motivated individuals who desire to grow their own business and provide a much needed service to their community.

LifeSpring is unique in the range of care it provides along with the level of support offered to franchisees in dealing with the complex healthcare system.

LifeSpring’s services allow for its franchisees to provide a continuum of care not offered by many competitors:

  • Personal Services (meal prep, companionship, bathing, grooming, light housekeeping, etc.)
  • Home Health (skilled nursing, physical therapy, surgery recovery, speech therapy, and more)
  • Hospice Care (physician oversight, pain management, spiritual/emotional support)

Multiple streams of income make this business model one of the more desirable franchise opportunities for serious business owners.

Complex healthcare regulations can make billing confusing, but LifeSpring provides complete assistance for each franchisee to set up billing for private pay or insurance and will directly handle billing for each franchisee’s Medicare and Hospice patients.

This franchise business opportunity is geared towards high-level corporate managers who are well-qualified financially and are motivated to build, grow and sustain a sizeable business over time. No medical experience is required to be a successful LifeSpring business owner. LifeSpring provides excellent training and support to ensure that all regulatory requirements are met and that franchisees starting their new home health care agency business will grow and succeed.

LifeSpring’s franchise development team is ready to speak with all interested entrepreneurs and franchisee prospects. There’s no commitment necessary to set up an initial consultation.

For additional information and to schedule a franchise consultation please visit us at http://www.seniorhomecarefranchise.org
Media Contact:
Jack McGinnis
LifeSpring In-Home Care Network
1 (405) 285-5121


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