How BrightStar Care’s® Multiple Streams of Revenue Help Franchisees
Home care, child care and staffing for medical institutions mean more opportunities for BrightStar Care® franchise revenue
“Don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is good advice not just for individuals, but for businesses as well. Multiple streams of revenue are the backbone of any good business plan and BrightStar Care® recognizes this important factor.
BrightStar Care® franchise revenue comes from individual clients who need home care, as well as by providing personalized child care in a pinch and by helping staff professional medical institutions. This ensures that BrightStar Care® franchisees leverage their skilled resources effectively and increase their potential for added revenue.
BrightStar Care® delivers multiple streams of revenue
Along the spectrum of home care, there is companion care which involves help with basic chores such as shopping and doctor’s appointments; personal care, where needs such as bathing and mobility challenges are taken care of; and skilled care which embraces more complex medical needs such as diabetes monitoring, blood draws, and physical therapy. Unlike its competition in the home care franchise space, BrightStar Care® provides all three kinds in the whole continuum of care.
Older children looking for care for their parents can lean on BrightStar Care® as a one-stop shop to take care of their loved ones’ evolving needs. Since BrightStar Care® delivers the whole continuum of care, clients have peace of mind knowing that they don’t have to adopt a piecemeal approach to home care solutions.
While home care for older clients is one of the primary sources for BrightStar Care® franchise revenue, BrightStar Care® also provides care for sick children or for those who are recuperating after surgery. BrightStar Care® care providers are a reliable asset for working parents who might not be able to take extended periods of time off.
BrightStar Care® franchises are accredited by the Joint Commission, which means they meet a very high standard of care delivery. Reputable national institutions like the Mayo Clinic are also Joint Commission certified. In fact, BrightStar Care® is the only franchise home care brand to receive the Joint Commission’s Enterprise Champion of Quality Award – and has earned it an unprecedented four years straight from 2013 to 2016.
Care providers must also meet the high internal quality standards set by BrightStar Care® so the team comprises of vetted, qualified professionals. Shelly Sun, the CEO of BrightStar Care® is the chairman of the International Franchise Association Board of Directors and is a strong champion of the services that BrightStar Care® franchisees provide.
Since BrightStar Care® provides quality skilled care and BrightStar Care® enjoys a strong national presence, franchisees leverage such high-voltage visibility and also work with national accounts to provide backup staffing solutions to local hospitals and clinics and labs.
If you’re looking to start a BrightStar Care® franchise, the home care franchise’s multiple streams of revenue are a robust asset and can maximize revenue potential. The steady rise in the number of older people in the United States already lays the groundwork for increasing demand. This coupled with demand from other sectors, including child care and local medical institutions, is welcome news for BrightStar Care® franchisees.