The House of Representatives passed a $2 trillion stimulus package Friday, officially clearing one of the last major hurdles for the emergency bill set to aid both American companies and individuals during the COVID-19 crisis.
About a quarter of all U.S. health care spending — $760 billion to $935 billion per year — can be categorized as waste. But home-based care has already helped cut those costs in the past few years — and has even more potential to so in the future.
With the rapidly aging population in the U.S., the need for dementia care isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The specialty remains ripe with opportunity for in-home care providers, industry experts say.
In fact, the boom in specialized dementia care is a big reason why...