China Senior Housing and Care Newsletter--in-home care edition


One segment of the senior care market will face more competition, although according to the national “9073” strategy, it may cover potentially 90% of the Chinese seniors. You know what I’ m talking about—yes—it’s in-home care service, which seems to have the lowest entry threshold in the senior care industry. We can see many brands have emerged in recent years, and there will be more. Therefore, it is necessary to take more time on the in-home care business model in this edition.

Also interesting thing is, thanks to the economic crises in many western countries, people tend to choose aging-in-place instead of moving to facilities. These countries may have introduced incentive policies and developed a full-fledged market and regulatory environment for decades, and their experiences are really worth learning.

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