The home healthcare market is growing fast. The U.S. Census Bureau projects the over-65 population will double to nearly 84 million within 30 years. Other segments, like pediatric and disabled, may also grow.

Rapid growth, expanding opportunity

Home healthcare and personal care aide employment are projected to grow 40 percent from 2016 to 2026.* That presents a huge opportunity for insurers.

ISO Home Healthcare, a turnkey program covering a broad range of eligible professionals from home healthcare aides to nurses, can help you quickly seize this opportunity. Get started today!

*Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


Get robust Home Healthcare Program support

The ISO Home Healthcare Program, a unified solution designed and customized to uniquely address this market, includes:

  • coverage related to provider risks, equipment, and more
  • one customized coverage form that leverages ISO commercial general and professional liability programs
  • easy-to-add coverage endorsements for employment-related practices, abuse, molestation, employee benefits program administration, and other risks
  • loss costs that reflect extensive insurance industry related data, including home healthcare specific data, to help achieve profitable growth

Easy-to-use program lets you start now

If you’re an insurer with a similar home healthcare program

You can license our program, making your staff available for other important tasks. ISO delivers program updates to address state issues, regulatory developments, and loss cost reviews. You get a consistently updated program that increases efficiency.

If you’re interested in entering the home healthcare space

Insurers, especially small commercial ones, can license our customized program to facilitate entering the home healthcare space. It can address various exposures and provides granular loss costs to reflect the heterogeneous risks in the home healthcare marketplace.

Home healthcare: A growing trend with unique risks

From pediatrics to geriatrics, home healthcare is often less expensive, more convenient, and possibly a healthier alternative than long-term nursing stays. One of the fastest-growing industries in the U.S., home healthcare is filled with enormous responsibility and frequently changing risks.

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