Founded in 2011, the company employed 24 people five years ago; it currently employs 80. In 2018, Home Health Companions brought in about $3.1 million in revenue.
Company leadership attributes some of its success to its private-pay model, which it sees as more stable than Medicare or Medicaid.
“The benefit for us is that we work directly with our client,” Lisa Shardon, president of Home Health Companions, told Home Health Care News. “We have to adhere to the standards of licensing in Texas, but our model is that we get paid by our clients, so it’s based on client need.”
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