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Profiles of 11 Top-Tier Home Health Care Companies in New In-Depth Market Research Report

DALLAS, March 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

RnRMarketResearch.com offers "Company Profiles: An in-depth overview of 11 top-tier home health care companies" 2014 market research report in its store. On the same industry, "Consumer Survey: Attitudes and Awareness: Home Health and Private Duty" and "Primed for High Growth: Home Health Care Market Outlook 2014-2019" research reports are also available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/publisher/Launch-Factory.html .

To better understand the home health care market at the micro-level, Company Profiles: An in-depth overview of 11 top -tier home health care companies report provides a closer examination for the selected 11 of the leading companies. While the focus of Primed for High Growth: Home Health Care Market Outlook 2014-2019 research report has been on home health agencies, in the home healthcare company profiles report you will find a variety of companies well known throughout the industry, including:

  • Addus  Health  Care-regional provider of home and community care services, which recently divested its home health care business
  • Almost  Family-growth-oriented, multiregional provider of home health care and personal care services
  • Amedisys-$1.4 billon, publicly traded company with home health and hospice care business units
  • Apria  Health  Care-the largest diversified provider of home health services in the United States, focused on home respiratory therapy, home medical equipment and home infusion therapy
  • Community  Health  Systems-at $13 billion in annual revenue, one of the nation's largest publicly traded hospital operators, with home health care and hospice units
  • Gentiva-national provider of home health and hospice services
  • Lincare-nationwide oxygen, respiratory, home infusion and durable medical equipment company, now based in Germany
  • LHC  Group-multiregional provider of home health, hospice services and hospital and institutional services
  • National  Healthcare  Corp.-publicly traded operator of long-term health care centers, with associated assisted living and home health care services
  • Rotech-Orlando-based national respiratory care company, currently under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
  • VITAS-a division of publicly traded Chemed, one of the largest hospice providers in the United States

Our  company  reports  include:

  • Key Indicators
  • Financial Performance
  • Market Penetration by State
  • Market position in high-growth over-65 states
  • Organization charts or key executive leadership
  • Opportunities and Risks
  • Recent news

Complete report titled Company Profiles: An in-depth overview of 11 top -tier home health care companies  is available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/company-profiles-an-in-depth-overview-of-11-top-tier-home-health-care-companies-market-report.html.

Company Profiles is a subset of Primed for High Growth: Home Health Care Market Outlook 2014-2019 research report available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/primed-for-high-growth-home-health-care-market-outlook-2014-2019-market-report.html. This report begins in Chapter 2 with a review of Medicare and other forms of payment for home health care. Chapter 3 includes a more detailed discussion of the supply chain, including device manufacturers, durable equipment and community care facilities. We review top home health care companies in Chapter 5, followed by a brief comparison of the financial performance of these firms in Chapter 6.

Chapters 4 and 7 include primary research conducted in November 2013. Chapter 4 is an analysis of the data of factors driving patient satisfaction. Chapter 7 is a discussion of the results of our Home Health Executive Panel survey, addressing key concerns and opportunities from an insider perspective.

We address the Affordable Care Act and implications for the industry in Chapter 8 and wrap up with trends, opportunities, threats and critical success factors in Chapters 9 and 10.

Together with the companion piece, "Consumer  Attitudes  and  Opinions  of  Home  Health  Care  and  Private  Duty," this is the most comprehensive report on the home health industry to date. Whether you are an industry veteran or new to the market, within these  pages you'll find insight and fresh perspectives on home health care and where the market is headed in the years to come. While much is known about patient satisfaction in home health care, little has been reported about general consumer knowledge and awareness of home health care and private duty care. What does the general American public know about home health? Do Americans view the industry favorably, or has reporting on some bad actors affected public opinion? What companies have the greatest brand awareness?

Through the process of completing our latest market intelligence report, we found a scarcity of data concerning American attitudes, beliefs and opinions about home health care. In speaking with industry executives and members of our Home Health Executive Panel, it was apparent that little data had been assembled on this topic and that marketers relied heavily on personal experience.  The report titled Consumer Attitudes and Opinions of Home Health Care and Private Duty, available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/consumer-survey-attitudes-and-awareness-home-health-and-private-duty-market-report.html, attempts addressing the following goals:

Assess consumer understanding of home health care and private duty care-what the differences are, who pays for it, who provides it and who uses it.

Determine the level of awareness for some of the larger home health and private duty brands.

Find people's preferred resources for finding a company to hire when needed.

Determine likelihood to use either type of service soon.

This report includes the results from a December, 2013 online survey of 517 U.S. residents. Included are responses nationally and by region, gender, education, income and age.

Explore more reports on the home healthcare market at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/reports/life-sciences/healthcare/facilities/home-healthcare.

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