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Alternative Home Care, One of the Largest Home Health Agencies in California, Becomes a Libertana Franchise Partner

Nationally Renowned Home Health Agency Joins Revolutionary Libertana Brand

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In January, 2014, Alternative Home Care, one of the largest home health agencies on the West Coast, became a Libertana Franchisee through Libertana's Agency Transition Program.

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Libertana is an innovative home health brand offering home health services, including medical and non-medical care, hospice care, as well as home accessibility products. 

By offering both home health services and home accessibility products, Libertana is able to be a true, turnkey solution for families, so it can take care of each family's essential home health needs.

Innovation Meets Innovation

Alternative Home Care, which first received its Medicare Certification in 1986, has 7 locations across California.

Aside from being one of the largest Home Health Agencies in California, Alternative Home Care – like Libertana – is known for innovation and quality care.

Alternative Home Care has created several patient-centered, evidence-based programs, including a successful Care Transitions Program, as well as a successful Chronic Care Management Program and Telehealth Program.

A Natural Fit

Jonathan Istrin, Executive Director of Alternative Home Care, has been passionate about quality home healthcare for decades.

"Since we first started, we have been focused on creating efficiencies and innovations to benefit patients," said Istrin.

"Libertana is an innovative, rapidly expanding national brand, and partnering with Libertana is not only going to allow our agencies to continue to grow, but gives us a strong support system so we can continue to provide the best care possible," continued Istrin.

"I'm excited to say that we now do everything under the Libertana Brand, and my agencies are all Libertana Agencies," said Istrin.

Competitive Advantages in a Growing, Changing Industry

The home health industry is growing tremendously, although the Affordable Care Act is changing many aspects of the industry.

Being part of a strong, patient-centered national brand offers home health agencies many competitive advantages.

"Being able to offer medical care, non-medical care, and home accessibility products has allowed me to stand out and diversify, and to offer more than I did before," said Istrin.

Libertana Franchise Partners are part of a national organization, and people take them seriously.

"When I negotiate contracts with Managed Care plans, I finally have leverage," continued Istrin.

An Incredible Support System

Home health agencies also benefit from Libertana's assistance with financial management, billing and payroll, as well as assistance with compliance with Medicare regulations, proprietary marketing strategies, and world-class business support.

Libertana Headquarters is there for its franchisees 24/7, and being a Libertana Franchise Partner means being part of a highly collaborative, passionate team.

Media Contact: Max Spielberg, Esq., Libertana Home Health, 855-517-9073, [email protected]

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