Boost Home Health

Boost Home Health Care is a premier home health franchise, focused on delivering clinical excellence and compassionate in-home care, one patient at a time. With the home healthcare industry poised to grow rapidly and reach $481.08 billion by 2025, Boost is well-positioned to generate value

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Boost Home Health

Boost Home Health Franchise Cost and Requirements for 2022

Background

Premiere Home Health Care Business Model
Boost is founded on a superior reputation in the healthcare industry from its inception as ProHealth. Through its addition to Best Life Brands, it inherits the brands' high-quality and compassionate care values that drive the best clinical in-home care services.
  • In-depth initial start-of-care intake program
  • In-home nurse assessments and oversight
  • Management of engagement and quality assurance measures
  • Highly trained and certified nurses and therapists
  • Client and Family Education
  • End-to-end, wellness-focused home care system

Company Details

Established: 2021
First Unit Franchised: TBD
Franchised Units: 1
Company Owned Units: 3
States Registered In: Alabama - AL, Alaska - AK, Arizona - AZ, Arkansas - AR, Calforina- CA Colorado - CO, Delaware - DE, Florida - FL, Georgia - GA,Iowa-IA, Idaho - ID, Kansas - KS, Kentucky - KY, Louisiana - LA, Massachusetts - MA, Michigan - MI, Mississippi - MS, Missouri - MO, Montana - MT, Nebraska - NE, Nevada - NV, New Hampshire - NH, New Jersey - NJ, New Mexico - NM, Ohio - OH, Oklahoma - OK, Oregon - OR, Pennsylvania - PA, Rhode Island - RI, South Carolina - SC, Tennessee - TN, Texas - TX, Utah - UT, Vermont - VT, West Virginia - WV, Wisconsin - WI, Wyoming - WY
Canada Franchises: No
International Franchises: No

Support and Training Offered By Boost Home Health

Financial Assistance Provided: Yes
Site Selection Assistance: Yes
Lease Negotiation Assistance: No
Recruiting Assistance: Yes
Cooperative Advertising: No
Training:
Boost's Four Phase Training program for new franchise owners is more comprehensive than any other company in our industry and is conducted by professionals with substantial experience in all aspects of home care business operations.

  1. Introduction and Licensing (licensing and location intro training ‐ 34 Hours)
  2. Classroom Training (58 Hours)
  3. Final Opening Training (16 Hours)
  4. Onsite Training (32-40 Hours at franchisee location during the first 12 months of operation)

2022 Franchise Requirements Needed to Own a Boost Home Health Franchise.

What does a Boost Home Health Franchise Cost?

Boost Home Health franchise fees for 2022:

Cash Investment: $60,000 - 70,000
Total Investment: $150,550 - $259,750
Minimum Net Worth: $500,000
Franchise Fee: $70,000
Royalty: 3.5% - 5%
Ad: 2%
Item 19: Yes
Average Number of Employees:
Visa Candidates: Yes
Passive Ownership: Yes-**Model can be run as an executive model with a well capitalized candidate with great management and leadership skills. Owner still needs to be involved in the business.

Home-Based: No
B2B: No
Master Franchise Opportunities: No
Veteran and First Responder Discount: Yes, 15% ($10,500 off)

Is Boost Home Health a Semi Absentee Franchise with a Passive Ownership Opportunity?

Yes. Boost Home Health is a semi absentee franchise and allows passive ownership. A semi-absentee franchise is a business you could start and run while still maintaining a job or other obligation.

Is Boost Home Health a Home Based franchise?

No. Boost Home Health is not a home based franchise opportunity.

What Do Boost Home Health Franchise Owners Make?

Click here to find out how much Boost Home Health franchisees make. Boost Home Health offers an Item 19 in their Franchise Disclosure Document which provides financial information about select franchisees in their franchise system.

Is Boost Home Health a Master Franchise Opportunity?

No. Boost Home Health is not a master franchise opportunity.

Does Boost Home Health Offer a Veteran Discount?

Yes. Boost Home Health franchise does offer a veteran discount.

Does Boost Home Health Work with E2 Visa and EB-5 Visa Candidates?

No. Boost Home Health franchise does not work with E2 Visa and EB-5 Visa candidates.

Is Boost Home Health Looking for Franchisees in Canada?

No. Boost Home Health franchise is not looking for Canada franchisees.

Is Boost Home Health Looking for International franchisees?

No. Boost Home Health franchise is not looking for International franchisees.

Additional Information

Additional Categories

Senior Care

Number of Units Open

LESS THAN 20 UNITS

Cash Required

$50,000 - $100,000

Master Franchise

No

Passive Franchise

Yes

Home Based Franchise

No

Item 19 Franchise

Yes

Veteran Discount

No

B2B

No

Franchise Opportunities in Canada

No

International Franchise Opportunities

No

E2 Visa Franchise

No

Boost Home Health Franchises for Sale

Click Here to inquire about existing Boost Home Health franchises for sale. We may have Boost Home Health franchise resales. A franchise resale is an already established franchise owned by a franchisee and the franchisee is looking to sell their franchise.

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