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Posted almost 3 years ago
Most nurses and other health care professional have realized the benefits of starting their own businesses in health care. The freedom of self employment is unimaginable in our more stressful health care environment.
Nurses and other health care professionals are undertaking medical staffing and home care businesses part time and full time.
Medical staffing and nurse staffing agency and home care businesses are ideal home based or small business due to the low start up cost, the market share and the ability to manage from home or a small business.
The shortage of nurses and other healthcare professionals has created an opportunity for entrepreneurs and businesses to capitalize on the shortage by starting medical staffing and nurse staffing businesses.
These businesses are being created to meet the high demand for health care professionals in the market. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, one of the top three fastest-growing industries is healthcare is the medical staffing industry.
The Department of Labor and industry experts report that medical staffing and nurse staffing companies will continue to grow due to the expected shortage of health care professionals for the next 15 years.
Home health care and non medical home care businesses are also on the rise.
It is actually the fastest growing segment of healthcare industry in America. This is due to our aging population and preference of many older Americans to remain in their homes as long as possible. According to the United States Census Bureau, 13 percent of the population will be over the age of 65 by 2010. By 2030, the figure will jump to 19.6 percent.
The demand for home care services are skyrocketing because seniors want and need our personalized services
Many services can be provided under home care to generate income
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