Check out the video below to learn more about how HCAOA Associate Member VetAssist Program, helps agencies solve problems like client turnover and supporting clients who can’t afford care. “While there are others who help veteran families file Aid and Attendance claims, we do so much more,” says Evan Kaltman, Veterans Home Care Managing Partner and Vice President-Sales.
How VetAssist helps providers grow their business:
Homecare agency owners can increase client census with veterans and their spouses who have secure VA funding. Veterans Home Care’s exclusive VetAssist® Program helps those wartime veterans (or their surviving spouses) who choose to apply for a little-known benefit from the Department of Veterans Affairs and use the money primarily for private duty home care.
Veterans Home Care takes away the administrative burden and delivers increased revenue.
VetAssist clients typically qualify for the maximum VA Aid and Attendance amount. VetAssist clients also remain on service an average of 35 months, which is longer than the national average according to Home Care Pulse. Research conducted by Bain & Co. shows improving client retention by as little as 5% can improve your profit by 25% or more.
The Current Numbers:
Veterans Home Care originated this unique business model in 2003. Since then, they have successfully helped more than 19,000+ veterans and spouses and have contracted with 4,000+ providers. “Our track record, unparalleled expertise, and outstanding client service makes us the industry leader,” says Kaltman.
The difference between the VetAssist Program and others:
Without the full service of the VetAssist Program, including a 0% interest-free loan to clients, home sign-up visits and client consultation, many would not qualify for the VA Aid and Attendance benefit.
The VetAssist Program delivers:
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