New York, Aug. 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Pediatric Home Healthcare Market By Service, By Regional Outlook, Industry Analysis Report and Forecast, 2021 – 2027” – https:// / www.reportlinker.com/p06131320/?utm_source=GNW
This health service mainly offers therapy sessions to children and families in a very quiet and comfortable environment, such as at home or at school.
It is a preferred choice for children as it provides an environment very similar to the child they are used to. Thus, home care for children helps children to improve their state of health and contributes to the general growth of the child. In addition, family is also present at the health center for support. The child’s home care therapist observes the child through his daily activities to notice improvement. If both mother and father are working and so, a family has busy schedules and less time to go to home care on a daily basis. Thus, the home care therapists tailor their visits to the family’s time schedule.
With the advancement of technology, healthcare has also improved. It has become possible for many infants and children who suffer from a chronic or complex medical condition and who require comprehensive care in their own homes. The primary providers of home care for children are usually the registered nurses who work under the direct supervision of the child’s doctor. Other health professionals, such as physiotherapists and occupational therapists, speech pathologists, medical social workers, nutritionists, licensed practice/vocational nurses, home care assistants and personal care assistants may also work in home care for children.
The sudden outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in December 2019 is having a negative impact on the healthcare system. However, it has had a mixed effect on the home care market for children. The home care market for children includes products and services and both have different effects. Meeting the demands of medical treatment at home during the COVID-19 pandemic has positively impacted the home care market for children. The healthcare facility that can provide medicines at home is the best solution during the pandemic, as home care reduces the frequency of hospital visits and thus prevents the spread of the virus.
Based on service, the market is segmented into rehabilitation therapy services, skilled nursing services, and personal care. The Rehabilitation Therapy Services segment achieved the highest revenue share of the pediatric home care market in 2020. The segment is likely to show significant growth in the forecast years. The increasing likelihood of premature babies suffering from neurological and muscular deficits is expected to drive demand for rehabilitation therapy services in the coming years. Most service providers today offer a variety of rehabilitation therapies for these children.
Based on regions, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, Middle East, and Africa. The Asia-Pacific home health care market is likely to see lucrative growth over the forecast period. The adoption of advanced healthcare technologies in developing countries has resulted in a significant increase in the survival expectancy of premature infants and newborns. However, these babies are at higher risk of developing neurological and other physical conditions that may require pediatric care at home.
The market research report deals with key stakeholder analysis of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include Aveanna Healthcare LLC, DJK Home Healthcare LLC (Children’s Home Healthcare), BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc., Tendercare Home Health Services, Inc., Brightstar Care (Moving Health Home), Pediatric Home Healthcare, LLC, EnViva Complex Care Limited (Complete Care Holdings Limited), Interim HealthCare, Inc. (Caring Brands International), eKidzCare and MGA Home Healthcare, LLC (Flexpoint Ford, LLC).
Strategies deployed in the pediatric home care market
Nov-2020: BAYADA Home Health Care has formed a joint venture with Baptist Health, the largest and most preferred health care provider in Jacksonville. This venture would be an extension of the services Baptist Home Health provided to the community for decades. This joint venture, Baptist Home Health Care by BAYADA, would have the capabilities to better serve patients at home, where they can best recover and thrive.
Jul-2020: BAYADA Home Health Care has entered into a partnership with Universal Health Services. The companies would form a joint venture and operate Home Health Care services, providing patients with quality home care services, including those who need help recovering from illness, injury or hospitalization.
Oct-2019: Aveanna Healthcare has partnered with Netsmart, an American company that develops and sells health information technology. Under this partnership, Aveanna would partner with Netsmart to align more than 200 locations in 23 states into a single technology solution, aiding substantial growth and scale as well as maintaining quality at the point of care .
Aug-2019: BAYADA Home Health Care announced the acquisition of Visiting Nurse Association Health Group. This acquisition perpetuates VNA’s joint ventures with massive academic health systems that demonstrate the increasing ability to expand home and hospice care to accelerate access and continuity.
Apr-2019: BrightStar Care has acquired Sacramento’s Harmony Home Care. With this acquisition, BrightStar Care would maintain the same local objectives to the high standards of Harmony Home Care.
Feb-2019: BAYADA Home Health Care has signed an agreement with AmeriHealth Caritas, a healthcare company. The agreement aimed to improve patient health, reduce unnecessary costs and support home care.
Jul-2018: Aveanna Healthcare has acquired Premier Healthcare Services, a leading provider of pediatric services to patients. In this acquisition, Premier would be a perfect fit for Aveanna culturally and geographically, creating tremendous benefits and value in the western United States for the company.
Sep-2017: BAYADA Home Health Care partners with CellTrak Technologies, the leading field force management and EVV solution for the home and community. Under this partnership, caregivers in the practice offices of BAYADA’s Assistive Care State Programs would use CellTrak’s Care Delivery Management solution to effectively provide personalized care and household support services, digitally verify visits and document visitation data at the point of care in their patients’ homes.
Jul-2017: BAYADA Home Health Care acquires Atlanta-based Premier Staffing Solutions, a home care agency for children. This acquisition would transfer Premier Staffing pediatric patients to two BAYADA Pediatrics offices serving the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Scope of the study
Market segments covered in the report:
• Rehabilitation Therapy Services
• Skilled Nursing Services
• Personal care
• North America
o Rest of North America
o Rest of Europe
o South Korea
o Rest of Asia-Pacific
from Saudi Arabia
o South Africa
o Rest of LAMEA
• Aveanna Healthcare LLC
• DJK Thuiszorg LLC (Home care for children)
• BAYADA Home Care, Inc.
• Tendercare Home Health Services, Inc.
• Brightstar Care (moving home from health)
• Pediatric Home Care, LLC
• EnViva Complex Care Limited (Complete Care Holdings Limited)
• Interim HealthCare, Inc. (Caring Brands International)
• MGA Home Care, LLC (Flexpoint Ford, LLC)
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