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長期介護市場:老人ホーム・在宅介護・ホスピスケア・アシステッドリビング

The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care and Assisted Living

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長期介護市場:老人ホーム・在宅介護・ホスピスケア・アシステッドリビング The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care and Assisted Living
出版日: 2016年02月16日 ページ情報: 英文 236 Pages
概要

米国の介護業界では、老齢人口の大部分を占めるベビーブーマー世代の動向が今後の長期介護の在り方を決定づけるとして注目を集めています。

当レポートでは、長期介護市場における老人ホーム・在宅介護・ホスピスケア・アシステッドリビング市場について調査し、市場規模と予測、施設数・プロバイダー数の成長動向、患者統計、支払い形態・費用償還度、市場影響因子、主要企業・競合情勢などについて分析しております。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 長期介護業界の課題と動向

  • 米国の医療ケア産業
  • 長期介護
    • 老人ホーム
    • 在宅介護
    • ホスピス
    • アシステッドリビング
  • 人口統計
  • 医療制度改革
  • 介護の質
    • 認証・認定
  • 米国の医療費
  • 消費者の嗜好・ライフスタイルの課題
    • 高齢者
    • 介護者の問題
  • 料金・支払い
  • マネージドケア環境
  • 将来への準備

第3章 老人ホーム

  • 施設の説明
    • サービス
    • 施設数
  • 入居者数
  • 課題と動向
    • 償還カット
    • 医療制度改革
    • 患者ダンピング
    • 介護の質
      • 人員配置の課題
      • 連邦政府による品質改善イニチアチブ
      • 州による品質改善イニシアチブ
      • 訴訟
    • 安全性
  • 市場規模・予測
  • 競合分析
  • 市場分析

第4章 在宅介護

  • 施設の説明
    • サービス
    • 施設数
  • 入居者数
    • 人口統計データ
    • 機能的データ
    • 保険の適用範囲
  • 問題・動向
    • メディケアの費用償還
    • メディケイドの費用償還
    • メディケア・メディケイドの自己負担額
    • 自宅およびコミュニティベースのサービス
    • 州のサービス削減
    • 不適切な報酬
    • 介護の質
    • 疾病管理
    • 介護者のバーンアウト
    • 技術・テレメディスン
  • 市場規模・予測
  • 競合分析
  • 市場分析

第5章 ホスピス

  • 施設の説明
    • サービス
    • 施設数
  • 入居者数
  • 課題と動向
    • 不正・悪用
    • 医療制度改革
    • プロプライエタリ技術
    • 採算性
  • 市場規模・予測
  • 競合分析
  • 市場分析

第6章 アシステッドリビング

  • 施設の説明
    • サービス
    • 施設数
  • 入居者数
  • 課題と動向
    • 医療制度改革
    • 介護の質
      • 連邦政府による品質改善イニシアチブ
      • 州による品質改善イニシアチブ
      • 安全性
    • M&A
    • 消費者の知識・情報
  • 市場規模・予測
  • 競合分析
  • 市場分析

第7章 市場サマリー

  • 概要
  • 課題と動向
    • 介護の連続
    • 費用償還・規制の変化
    • 専門介護
    • 競争入札
    • 合併、買収および子会社売却
  • 市場規模と予測
  • 競合分析

第8章 企業プロファイル

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Product Code: KLI5901207

The U.S. long care industry has grown steadily as the aging of the population has increased demand for all forms of long-term care. Baby boomers, for example, represent approximately 76 million individuals in the United States in 2015 and this enormous group will be making decisions about whether senior living is the right option for their aging loved ones and eventually for themselves. This report, The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living, covers the most important segments of the long term care industry, each of which provide medical care and/or assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs) on an ongoing basis:

  • Nursing care
  • Home care
  • Hospice care
  • Assisted living

Kalorama Information's sixth edition of this detailed report on the long term care industry provides a size and forecast estimate for each of the critical segments noted above, including the following market information:

  • Overall U.S. Long Term Care Market 2011 - 2020 (Nursing Home Care, Home Care, Hospice Care, Assisted Living, Total)
  • U.S. Nursing Home Market, by Revenues, 2011 - 2020
  • Leading Competitors in the U.S. Nursing Home Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015
  • U.S. Home Health Care Market, by Revenues, 2011-2020
  • Leading Competitors in the U.S. Home Health Care Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015
  • U.S. Market for Hospice Care, by Revenues, 2011-2020
  • Leading Competitors in the U.S. Hospice Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015
  • U.S. Market for Assisted Living, by Revenues, 2011-2020
  • Leading Competitors in the U.S. Assisted Living Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015
  • Long Term Care Industry Revenues by Year, 2011, 2015, 2020
  • Long Term Care Industry Revenues by Major Player, 2015 (Nursing Home Care, Home Care, Hospice Care, Assisted Living, Total)

The U.S. health care industry continues to evolve in response to ongoing cost containment imperatives, aging of the population and relatively low rates of wellness within large segments of the general public (obese persons, diabetics, persons with addictions, etc.). This is leading to increased utilization of all forms of long-term care. For each of the segments of long term care, this report provides:

  • Number of Facilities/Providers and Growth Trends
  • Patient Statistics
  • Forms of Payment and Reimbursement Levels
  • Trends Affecting the Marketplace
  • Competitors and Competitive Analysis

Among the issues and trends discussed in The Long Term Care Market: Nursing Homes, Home Care, Hospice Care, and Assisted Living are the following:

  • Demographics
  • Impact of Health Care Reform
  • Quality of Care
  • U.S. Health Expenditures
  • Consumer Preferences and Lifestyle Issues
  • Fees and Payment
  • Managed Care Environment
  • Preparing for the Future

As part of its coverage of the industry, the following long term care companies are profiled in this report:

  • Amedisys, Inc.
  • American Home Patient
  • Apria Healthcare Group Inc./ Blackstone Group
  • Atria Senior Living
  • Brookdale Senior Living
  • Extendicare, Inc.
  • Genesis Healthcare
  • Gentiva Health Services (now part of Kindred at Home)
  • Golden Living
  • HCR Manor Care, Inc.
  • Kindred Healthcare, Inc.
  • Life Care Centers of America
  • Lincare
  • Sunrise Senior Living Inc.
  • Vitas Healthcare

Sales estimates for each market segment represent U.S. revenues and are expressed in current U.S. dollars. Estimates are provided for the historic 2011 to 2015 period and forecasts are provided through 2020.

Historical information for this report was gathered from a wide variety of published sources including company reports and filings, government documents, legal filings, trade journals, newspapers and business press, analysts' reports and other sources. Interviews with company representatives were conducted to capture the perspectives from industry participants' point of view and assess trends, and form the basis of the forecasting and competitive analysis.

Table of Contents

ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • U.S. LONG TERM CARE INDUSTRY
  • SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY
  • OVERALL MARKET SIZE
  • LONG TERM CARE
  • DEMOGRAPHICS
    • Geographic Concentrations
    • Activities of Daily Living
    • Chronic Illness
    • Income
  • QUALITY OF CARE
  • CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND LIFESTYLE ISSUES
  • FEES AND PAYMENT
    • Public Payments
    • Long Term Care Insurance
  • PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
  • NURSING HOMES
    • Number of Facilities
    • Resident Population
    • Issues and Trends
    • Market Size and Forecast
    • Competitor Analysis
    • Market Analysis
  • HOME CARE
    • Number of Facilities
    • Resident Population
    • Issues and Trends
    • Market Size and Forecast
    • Competitor Analysis
    • Market Analysis
  • HOSPICES
    • Number of Facilities
    • Resident Population
    • Issues and Trends
    • Market Size and Forecast
    • Competitor Analysis
    • Market Analysis
  • ASSISTED LIVING
    • Number of Facilities
    • Resident Population
    • Issues and Trends
    • Market Size and Forecast
    • Competitor Analysis
    • Market Analysis

TWO: LONG TERM CARE INDUSTRY, ISSUES AND TRENDS

  • THE U.S. HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY
  • LONG TERM CARE
    • Nursing Homes
    • Home Care
    • Hospices
    • Assisted Living
  • DEMOGRAPHICS
    • U.S. Population
    • Aging of the Population
    • Racial Trends
    • Obesity
    • Marital and Living Arrangements
    • Geographic Concentrations
    • Activities of Daily Living
    • Chronic Illness
    • Addiction
    • Mental Illness
    • Income
  • HEALTH CARE REFORM
  • QUALITY OF CARE
    • Certification and Accreditation
  • U.S. HEALTH EXPENDITURES
  • CONSUMER PREFERENCES AND LIFESTYLE ISSUES
    • The Elderly
    • Caregiver Issues
  • FEES AND PAYMENT
    • Medicare
    • Medicaid
    • Long Term Care Insurance
    • Numbers of Insured
      • Cost of Coverage and Affordability
      • Hybrid Plans
    • Effect of the Economy
  • THE MANAGED CARE ENVIRONMENT
  • PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
    • Staffing and Human Resources
    • Information and Education Initiatives
    • Medicaid Reform
    • Building of New Facilities
    • Information Technology

THREE: NURSING HOMES

  • DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
    • Services
    • Number of Facilities
  • RESIDENT POPULATION
    • Demographic Data
    • Functional Data
    • Length of Stay
    • Insurance Coverage
  • ISSUES AND TRENDS
    • Reimbursement Cuts
    • Health Care Reform
      • Reform of Requirements for Long-term Care Facilities
    • Patient Dumping
    • Quality of Care
      • Staffing Issues
      • Federal Quality Improvement Initiatives
      • State Quality Improvement Initiatives
      • Legal Actions
    • Safety
  • MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
    • Cost of Care
    • Size of the Market
  • COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
  • MARKET ANALYSIS

FOUR: HOME CARE

  • DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
    • Services
    • Number of Facilities
  • RESIDENT POPULATION
    • Demographic Data
    • Functional Data
    • Insurance Coverage
  • ISSUES AND TRENDS
    • Medicare Reimbursement
    • Medicaid Reimbursement
    • Medicare and Medicaid Co-payments
    • Home and Community Based Services
    • State Service Reductions
    • Improper Payments
    • Quality of Care
    • Disease Management
    • Caregiver Burnout
    • Technology and Telemedicine
  • MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
    • Cost of Care
    • Size of the Market
  • COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
  • MARKET ANALYSIS

FIVE: HOSPICES

  • DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
    • Services
    • Number of Facilities
  • RESIDENT POPULATION
    • Demographic Data
    • Functional Data
    • Insurance Coverage and Hospice Profitability
  • ISSUES AND TRENDS
    • Fraud and Abuse
    • Health Care Reform
    • Proprietary Technologies
    • Profitability
  • MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
    • Cost of Care
    • Size of the Market
  • COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
  • MARKET ANALYSIS

SIX: ASSISTED LIVING

  • DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES
    • Services
    • Number of Facilities
  • RESIDENT POPULATION
    • Demographic Data
    • Functional Data
    • Length of Stay
    • Insurance Coverage
  • ISSUES AND TRENDS
    • Health Care Reform
    • Quality of Care
      • Federal Quality Improvement Initiatives
      • State Quality Improvement Initiatives
      • Safety
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Consumer Knowledge and Information
  • MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
    • Cost of Care
    • Size of the Market
  • COMPETITOR ANALYSIS
  • MARKET ANALYSIS

SEVEN: MARKET SUMMARY

  • OVERVIEW
  • ISSUES AND TRENDS
    • Continuum of Care
    • Reimbursement and Regulatory Changes
    • Specialty Care
    • Competitive Bidding
    • Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
  • MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
  • COMPETITOR ANALYSIS

EIGHT: PROFILES

  • AMEDISYS, INC.
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • AMERICAN HOME PATIENT
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • APRIA HEALTHCARE GROUP INC/ BLACKSTONE GROUP
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • ATRIA SENIOR LIVING
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • BROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • EXTENDICARE, INC.
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • GENESIS HEALTHCARE
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES (now part of KINDRED AT HOME)
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • GOLDEN LIVING
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • HCR MANOR CARE, INC.
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • KINDRED HEALTHCARE, INC.
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • LIFE CARE CENTERS OF AMERICA
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • LINCARE
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • SUNRISE SENIOR LIVING INC.
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies
  • VITAS HEALTHCARE
    • History and Lines of Business
    • Long-Term Care Business
    • Financial Information
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Strategies

LIST OF EXHIBITS

ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Table 1-1 The Overall U.S. Long Term Care Market 2011 - 2020 (Nursing Home Care, Home Care, Hospice Care, Assisted Living, Total)

TWO: LONG TERM CARE INDUSTRY, ISSUES AND TRENDS

  • Table 2-1 Projected U.S. Resident Population, by Age, Selected Years, 2015-2050 (Under 18 years, 18-64 years, 65-84 years, 85-99 years, 100 and over, Total Population)
  • Table 2-2 U.S. Expectation of Life at Birth, by Sex and Race, 2015 (White women, Black women, White men, Black men)
  • Table 2-3 U.S. Life Expectancy Projections in Years, 2015 - 2060 (Men, Women, Average)
  • Table 2-4 U.S. Resident Population, by Gender and Age, 2013 (Male Population, Female Population; 65 to 69 years, 70 to 74 years, 75 to 79 years, 80 to 84 years, 85 to 89 years, 90 years and over, Total 65 and older)
  • Table 2-5 U.S. Resident Elderly Population, by Age, Hispanic Origin, and Race, Selected Years, 2012, 2030, 2050 (Hispanic origin: 65 and over, 65 to 84 years, 85 and over; Non- Hispanic White: 65 and over, 65-84 years, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic Black: 65 and over, 65-84, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 65 and over, 65-84, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic Asian, Pacific Islander: 65 and over, 65-84, 85 and over)
  • Table 2-6 U.S. Resident Elderly Population, by Age, Hispanic Origin, and Race, Selected Years, Percent (%), 2012, 2030, 2050 (Hispanic origin: 65 and over, 65-84 years, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic white: 65 and over, 65- 84 years, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic black: 65 and over, 65- 84 years, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 65 and over, 65-84 years, 85 and over; Non-Hispanic Asian, Pacific Islander: 65 and over, 65-84 years, 85 and over)
  • Table 2-7 Characteristics of U.S. Household Population of Persons 65 and Older, 2013
  • Table 2-8 Marital Status of U.S. Residents Age 65 and Older, 2013 (Male: 65 to 74 years, 75 to 84 years, 85 years and over, Total; Female: 65 to 74 years, 75 to 84 years; 85 years and over, Total)
  • Table 2-9 Marital Status of U.S. Residents Age 65 and Older, by Percent, 2013 (Male: 65 to 74 years, 75 to 84 years, 85 years and over, Total; Female: 65 to 74 years, 75 to 84 years; 85 years and over, Total)
  • Figure 2-1 U.S. Senior Population in Top 10 States, 2013 (California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas)
  • Table 2-10 U.S. Resident Population, by State and Age, 2013
  • Table 2-11 Estimated Number of Nursing Home Residents by State, 2013
  • Table 2-12 Disability Prevalence by Age, 2013 (Under 15 years, 15 to 24 years, 25 to 44 years, 45 to 54 years, 55 to 64 years, 65 to 69 years, 70 to 74 years, 75 to 79 years, 80 years and over)
  • Table 2-13 Frequencies of Selected Diseases among Older U.S. Persons, 2013 (Diabetes, Ulcers, Kidney disease, Liver disease, Arthritis, Chronic joint symptoms; Under 65 years, 65 to 74 years, 75 years and over)
  • Table 2-14 Frequencies of Selected Diseases among Older U.S. Persons, by Percent, 2013 (Diabetes, Ulcers, Kidney disease, Liver disease, Arthritis, Chronic joint symptoms; Under 65 years, 65 to 74 years, 75 years and over)
  • Table 2-15 U.S. Median Income by Householder Age, 2014 (15-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65 and over)
  • Table 2-16 Funding Sources for National Health Expenditures, 2011 - 2020 (Total, Out-of-Pocket Payments, Private Health Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, Other Health Insurance Programs, Total Insurance Paid, Other Third Party Payers)
  • Table 2-17 Funding Sources for Home Health Care Spending, 2011 - 2020 (Total, Out-of-Pocket Payments, Private Health Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, Other Health Insurance Programs, Total Insurance Paid, Other Third Party Payers)
  • Table 2-18 Funding Sources for Nursing Home Spending, 2011 - 2020 (Total, Out-of-Pocket Payments, Private Health Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, Other Health Insurance Programs, Total Insurance Paid, Other Third Party Payers)
  • Table 2-19 Selected State Budget Shortfalls in Fiscal 2015 (Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin)

THREE: NURSING HOMES

  • Table 3-1 Primary Payment Sources for Nursing Home Residents, by State, 2013 (Medicaid, Medicare, Private/Other, Total)
  • Figure 3-1 Medicaid Nursing Home Payment Freezes and Cuts, by State, 2010 - 2012 (Payments Delayed (for SFY 12), Undecided (for SFY 12), Instituted rate freeze, Instituted rate cut, Neither cut nor froze rate)
  • Table 3-2 U.S. Nursing Home Deficiencies by State, 2012 (Number of Facilities, Average Number of Deficiencies, % of Facilities with Deficiencies, % of Facilities with Serious Deficiencies)
  • Figure 3-2 Nursing Home Customer Satisfaction for Long Term Residents (Family, Resident; Highest satisfaction: Respectfulness of staff, RN/LVN/LPN care, Safety of facility; Lowest satisfaction: Adequate staff to meet needs, Quality of meals, Security of personal belongings)
  • Table 3-3 The U.S. Nursing Home Market, by Revenues, 2011 - 2020
  • Table 3-4 Leading Competitors in the U.S. Nursing Home Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015

FOUR: HOME CARE

  • Table 4-1 Medicare Home Care Patients and Visits, by State, 2011 (Total Persons Served in Thousands, Persons Per 1,000 Medicare Enrollees, Visits in Thousands, Visits Per Person Served, Visits per 1,000 Medicare Enrollees, Total Charges in $ Thousands)
  • Table 4-2 Medicare Fee-for-Service Home Health Outlays, Visits, Clients, Payment/Client, and Visits/Client, Calendar Years 1996-2011
  • Table 4-3 The U.S. Home Health Care Market, by Revenues, 2011-2020 Exhibits
  • Table 4-4 Leading Competitors in the U.S. Home Health Care Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015

FIVE: HOSPICES

  • Figure 5-1 Services Offered to Hospice Patients' Family and Friends (Bereavement, Spiritual, Medication Management or administration, Patient activities of daily living, Safety training, Equipment use, Caregiver health or wellness, Dietary, Referral or resource information, Dealing with difficult behaviors)
  • Table 5-1 Number of Medicare-certified Hospices and Program Payments, by State, 2010 (# of Hospices, # of Hospice Patients, # of Covered Hospice Days, Covered Hospice Days per Hospice Patient)
  • Figure 5-2 Proportion of Hospice Patients by Length of Service, 2012 (<7 days, 8-29 days, 30-89 days, 90-179 days, 180+ days)
  • Table 5-2 Mean Length of Hospice Stay, According to Disease Category (Alzheimer's disease, Nervous system diseases except Alzheimer's, Dementia, Organic psychosis, Chronic airway obstruction, Nonspecific symptoms or signs, Debility, Heart failure, Circulatory disease except heart failure, Other cancer, Lung cancer, Other disease, Respiratory disease, Digestive disease, Genitourinary disease, All)
  • Figure 5-3 Drugs Prescribed to U.S. Hospice Patients in the Last Week of Life (Narcotic analgesic, Antiemetic, Laxative, Antipsychotic, Diuretic, Proton pump inhibitor, Bronchodilator, Antidepressant, Antacid, Antiarrythmic, Corticosteroid, Antidiabetic, Antianginal, Antihyperlipidemia, Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, Baby aspirin or Plavix)
  • Table 5-3 Average Medicare Reimbursements for Hospice Care, FY 2015 (Routine home care (per day), Continuous home care (per day), Inpatient respite (per day), General inpatient care (per day))
  • Table 5-4 The U.S. Market for Hospice Care, by Revenues, 2011-2020
  • Table 5-5 Leading Competitors in the U.S. Hospice Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015

SIX: ASSISTED LIVING

  • Table 6-1 The U.S. Market for Assisted Living, by Revenues, 2011-2020 Exhibits
  • Table 6-2 Leading Competitors in the U.S. Assisted Living Market, by Revenues and Market Shares, 2015 SEVEN: MARKET SUMMARY
  • Table 7-1 The Overall U.S. Long Term Care Market, 2011 - 2020 (Nursing Home Care, Home Care, Hospice Care, Assisted Living, Total)
  • Table 7-2 Long Term Care Industry Revenues by Sector, Selected Years, 2011 - 2020 (Nursing Home Care Share, Home Care Share, Hospice Care Share, Assisted Living Share, Total)
  • Figure 7-1 Long Term Care Industry Revenues by Sector, Selected Years, 2011, 2015, 2020 (Nursing Home, Home Care, Hospice, Assisted Living)
  • Figure 7-2 Long Term Care Industry Revenues by Year, 2011, 2015, 2020
  • Table 7-3 Long Term Care Industry Revenues by Major Player, 2015 (Nursing Home Care, Home Care, Hospice Care, Assisted Living, Total)
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