CHICAGO, February 4, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Home Health Care News, published by the Aging Media Network, is pleased to announce the results of its annual forecast of the state of the home health and home care markets.

Carried out in cooperation with DallasThe Homecare Homebase-based survey gathers the opinions of 350 industry professionals to reveal the industry outlook for the year ahead. Responses came from a range of vendor representatives including owners, operators, C-suite executives, managers and employees.

The report on the survey results includes highlights on how industry stakeholders identify the key challenges for the coming year, including the cost areas specifically related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Which key drivers are likely to lead to technology adoption? and areas of growth and efficiency, including results.

In summary, the respondents stated:

  • Staffing remains the biggest challenge in 2021, and it’s likely the biggest cost area related to COVID-19
  • Growth lies ahead of us across all types of care. Most respondents say that their organization’s revenue will increase in 2021
  • Technical spending is expected to increase, with telemedicine and remote patient monitoring being among the target investment areas

“The health landscape changed significantly in 2020, with an increasing focus on home care. In 2020, the focus has been on safety in home health and home care. Given the recovery in the coming year, the outlook is for the industry, however, is very optimistic, “said Bob Holly, Editor of Home Health Care News.

The full survey results are available Here.

Via Aging Media Network / Home Health Care News

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Bob Holly, Home Health Care News, 3127969949, [email protected]

SOURCE Home Health Care News