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24 Hour Home Care
IndustryHome Health Care
Founder(s)David Allerby

Tyner Brenneman-Slay

Ryan Iwamoto
Websitewww.24hrcares.com

24 Hour Home Care is a health services company that offers caregiving services to the elderly and disabled populations. The company is based in El Segundo, California and was founded in 2008 by David Allerby, Tyner Brenneman-Slay and Ryan Iwamoto.[1]

History[edit]

24 Hour Home Care was founded in 2008.

In 2013, the company partnered with Jewish Family and Children’s Services in Berkeley as it launched its Home Care for Seniors Program. Santa Monica-based social service agency WISE & Healthy Aging also joined forces with 24 Hour Home Care to establish the WISE HomeCare service to offer care to seniors.[2]

The company's sixth location was the first in the San Diego area, when the company opened a full-service location in La Jolla.[3]

In 2016, the company launched a partnership with Uber. RideWith24 allowed older customers to book rides through a phone operator, bypassing smartphone apps entirely. It was available to customers via a toll-free phone number.[4] [5] [6] [7]

In 2017, the company partnered with the American Red Cross to train their caregivers for emergency and disaster preparedness. The program covers creating an emergency kit, forming a plan and being informed.[8]

A pilot program between Cedars-Sinai’s Medical Center and 24 Hour Home Care became a partnership in 2018 and offered additional support to the Los Angeles-based hospital’s high-risk discharged patient population by extending Cedars-Sinai’s care management services through the use of non-clinical caregivers, referred to as “Care Extenders” under the partnership.[9] [10]

24 Hour Home Care partnered with Heal in 2019 to allow caregivers to help older adults schedule house calls with Heal doctors during their regular visits.[11]

In 2019, the company signed a contract with SCAN Health Plan to team up through a program dubbed “Returning to Home,” a post-hospitalization initiative for SCAN’s Medicare Advantage members aimed at preventing readmissions and solidifying the discharge process. The goal of the 30-day benefit is to allow SCAN members to recover in their private homes. Additionally, 24 Hour Home Care also is working with CareMore Health, an integrated health care delivery system for Medicare and Medicaid patients. By contracting with 24 Hour Home Care, CareMore now covers 40 hours per year of respite care at no out-of-pocket costs for patients. Similar to SCAN, CareMore is also teaming up with 24 Hour Home Care on a benefit focused on the post-discharge process.

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the company teamed up with GrubHub in April 2020. 24 Hour Home Care clients will be able to order food via Grubhub without using a smartphone or visiting the delivery service’s website, but instead by calling 24 Hour Home Care directly.[12]

In August 2020, the company launched “SAFER at work by 24 Hour Home Care” to help with re-openings. A team of 3,000 on-staff screeners would assist businesses, government buildings, schools and more.[13]

References[edit]

  1. Staff, S. B. N.. "EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Greater Los Angeles". Smart Business Magazine. http://www.sbnonline.com/article/2015-ey-entrepreneur-of-the-year-los-angeles/.
  2. Archuleta, Daniel (4 November 2013). "Brief: Westside seniors get new service". Santa Monica Daily Press. https://www.smdp.com/brief-westside-seniors-get-new-service/128835.
  3. Magazine, SD Metro (5 June 2013). "Daily Business Report-June 5, 2013, San Diego Metro Magazine". San Diego Metro Magazine. http://www.sandiegometro.com/2013/06/daily-business-report-june-5-2013/.
  4. options, Show more sharing; URLCopied!, Copy Link (30 August 2016). "Lyft and Uber launch programs to cater to seniors". Los Angeles Times. https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-lyft-uber-seniors-20160829-snap-story.html.
  5. Hinchliffe, Emma. "Uber and Lyft expand their push into rides for senior citizens" (in en). Mashable. https://mashable.com/2016/09/06/uber-lyft-senior-citizens/.
  6. Roy, Aditi (18 November 2016). "Lyft ups its bet on the senior market with donations to the Village to Village Network" (in en). CNBC. https://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/17/lyft-ups-its-bet-on-the-senior-market-with-donations-to-the-village-to-village-network.html.
  7. "24Hr HomeCare Teams With Uber For Rides For Aging Adults - socaltech.com". www.socaltech.com. https://www.socaltech.com/_4hr_homecare_teams_with_uber_for_rides_for_aging_adults/s-0066880.html.
  8. Flynn, Maggie (21 November 2017). "Business Briefs: Ensign Group, Amedisys". Home Health Care News. https://homehealthcarenews.com/2017/11/business-briefs-ensign-group-amedisys/.
  9. Mattson, Kaitlyn (17 October 2018). "24Hr HomeCare, Honor Link Up with Cedars-Sinai to Curb Readmission Rates". Home Health Care News. https://homehealthcarenews.com/2018/10/24hr-home-care-honor-link-up-with-cedars-sinai-to-curb-readmission-rates/.
  10. Mattson, Kaitlyn (11 September 2018). "An Inside Look at 3 of the Fastest-Growing Home Care Providers". Home Health Care News. https://homehealthcarenews.com/2018/09/an-inside-look-at-3-of-the-fastest-growing-home-care-providers/.
  11. Holly, Robert (16 April 2019). "24 Hour Home Care Partners with On-Demand House Call Startup Heal". Home Health Care News. https://homehealthcarenews.com/2019/04/24-hour-home-care-partners-with-on-demand-house-call-startup-heal/.
  12. "Grubhub, 24 Hour Home Care Delivering Food to Elderly" (in en). Progressive Grocer. https://progressivegrocer.com/grubhub-24-hour-home-care-delivering-food-elderly.
  13. Holly, Robert (9 August 2020). "Home Care Companies Create New Revenue Streams by Helping Businesses Safely Reopen". Home Health Care News. https://homehealthcarenews.com/2020/08/home-care-companies-create-new-revenue-streams-by-helping-businesses-safely-reopen/.

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