What does BrightStar Care do?
1. According to their corporate website, BrightStar Care provides a full range of “homecare (including adult and elder care), childcare (including newborn care, babysitter, and nanny services), and medical staffing services for individuals, families, and healthcare facilities.
2. BrightStar Care offices nationwide help keep parents and grandparents in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes, as well as assisting parents with their childcare needs. BrightStar Care can provide every service available at a nursing facility in the comfort of your loved one’s home.
3. BrightStar Care also provides healthcare staffing solutions to hospitals, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, labs, and anywhere healthcare staff is needed on a temporary, temporary to permanent, and permanent placement basis. BrightStar Care also delivers skilled care to patients one on one in their home or wherever they need care through BrightStar Care’s network of national account partners. National account services range from insurance assessments and IV infusion therapy to home health, in addition to delivering flu clinic services to corporate, commercial, and retail clients.”
What are the average revenue numbers for BrightStar Care’s franchise units?
Note: In certain sections of Item 19, you will notice the use of the phrase “first location.” During the economic downturn of 2008 and 2009, many franchisees were unable to secure the capital needed to follow the full business model in their additional locations. As a result, BrightStar Care made a conscious decision to work with their franchisees and not enforce performance minimums. In BrightStar Care’s view, data for additional locations is not representative of performance and therefore excluded from selected sections.