The home care industry is poised for huge growth as we come out of the initial stages of the CoVID19 pandemic. Family members who have considered putting their parents into a nursing home or assisted living facility are thinking twice about doing that due to the large CoVID19 death toll in such facilities vs. keeping the family member in their own home. CoVID19 has shown all of us that a pandemic can happen at any time and being able to isolate those who are vulnerable is very important. The best way to isolate seniors is in the comfort of their own home, surroundings, pets, and neighborhood. Staying at home helps keep seniors happy and reduce their chances of depression – which only weakens their immune systems.
AHI Group was founded by senior care professionals who started and grew their own non-medical home care business from the ground up to a multi-million dollar business. AHI Group has been launching and growing non-medical home care agencies since April of 2007. We have a proven track record and business model that works. Yes, there are other options out there, but if you compare what we offer (in detail) to what they do and add our track record of success (91.5% success rate) to the equation you will find that we are a safe bet in a world of potentially risky new business ventures. We encourage you to talk to one of our business development group to get even more in depth information. AHI Group is constantly evolving its marketing techniques to stay ahead of the competition. All in all, AHI Group is an ethical organization from top to bottom.
AHI Group consistently out performs its competition in local market places across the nation. Given the knowledge and seasoned industry expertise that its founders and key executives have through their experience in the healthcare industry as a whole and also in the senior care market place. This broad knowledge of healthcare industry experience allows AHI Group to read between the lines of new legislation affecting the senior care industry, analyze where the greatest opportunities will lie ongoing, and plug into numerous industry feeds that – when combined – give AHI Group a clear gauge on where to focus its efforts each year to drive the most revenue for its members. AHI Group is constantly evolving its programs to seek out new opportunities for revenue growth that are untapped or underutilized.
Innovation is what put AHI Group on the map and has allowed their members to consistently beat out their local competition in competitive markets across the nation. That innovation is a continuous and evolving process. Those who rely on copying AHI Group innovations will always be “behind the 8 ball” so to speak and never on the leading edge – unlike our AHI Group members who get to splash everything that is new in their local communities and be the first to market. Last but not least, at AHI Group, we stand by our service and organization and are willing to refund anyone’s full investment in us if they attend our initial Boot Camp Training and are not 100% satisfied with what they learn there – and instead decide to purchase a franchise within 30 days thereafter.
There are Medical Insurance, Workers Compensation Insurance, and Long Term Care Insurance companies that do cover in home personal aide care services. We have 55 Corporate Long Term Care Insurance and Workers Compensation Insurance contracts. In addition, we help AHI Group Members get setup with Medicaid Waiver Programs in their state. Unlike our competitors, we do not charge $2,000 – $2,500 per program to get you access to all of the above. All of this is included in our lifetime membership at no extra charge. With that being said, getting signed up with Insurance and Medicaid Waiver contracts is usually a good idea (depending on what they pay per hour).
However, in all transparency – there is NO GUARANTEE that any insurance company will give any home care agency any referrals. Anyone who tells you any different is not being up front with you – and you should ask them to put in writing how many referrals you will be guaranteed on a monthly basis if they insist you will be guaranteed referrals. Like all referral sources, insurance companies work with the home care agencies they “like.” It is up to the home care agency to stand out from the crowd and entice the insurance company to “trust them with referrals” vs. giving them to the agencies who are already on their list of providers and “liked.” This is no easy task – but AHI Group trains its members on how to successfully market to these insurance companies.