As Kalorama publishes its second edition of this detailed report on the long term care industry and all of its segments, there is no decrease in demand or activity for everything from nursing homes, to home care, to hospices. The U.S. long care industry has experienced strong growth from 2002 through 2007 and this growth is expected to accelerate through the forecast period as the U.S. population continues to age and demand rises for long term care. Ongoing cost containment will continue to pressure both private and public managed care organizations, however, new premium-priced specialty services such as dementia care and upscale living options will create growth opportunities.
This Kalorama Information report The Long-Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living by analyst Alison Sahoo provides an in-depth examination of the market for long-term care today. The following segments are broken out in detail:
- Nursing Homes
- Assisted Living
- Home Care
For each of these segments the report provides:
- Market Size and Forecast
- Number of Facilities/Providers and Growth Trends
- Patient Statistics
- Forms of Payment and Reimbursement Levels
- Trends Affecting the Marketplace
- Competitors and Competitive Analysis
What population and demographic trends are driving long term care? What are the major players in long term care? Which segments of long term care show the most promise? What are the main pitfalls for new entrants? What strategies are companies using to overcome these challenges? These questions and more are tackled in this exhaustive survey.
As with all Kalorama Information reports, this report is created from a primary research effort. While secondary sources were researched, it is interviews with industry experts, interpreted and analyzed by an expert in the field, that provide the true insights.