CareCentrix Moves Headquarters To Hartford, Connecticut

           CareCentrix Moves Headquarters To Hartford, Connecticut

Connecticut First Five Company Moves to Larger Location to Support Continued

PR Newswire

HARTFORD, Conn., Jan. 11, 2013

HARTFORD, Conn., Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Eric Reimer, CEO of
CareCentrix, Inc., the nation's leading provider of home health benefits
management services, joined by Governor Dannel P. Malloy, Lieutenant Governor
Nancy Wyman, Mayor Pedro Segarra, and Commissioner Catherine Smith, cut the
ribbon on the company'snew headquarters at 20 Church Street today. This new
location will accommodate CareCentrix's growing workforce, as demand for the
company's services continues to increase. CareCentrix has more than tripled
its employees in Hartford, from 65 in 2008, to 240 today. The company will add
over a 100 employees in their Hartford location this year and anticipates
bringing more than 300 new jobs to the city over the next five years. 

"Our growth is a direct result of our company's commitment to support people
by delivering high quality health care in the convenience of their homes,"
said Eric Reimer, chief executive officer, CareCentrix."It has been exciting
for us to play an increasingly significant role in supporting health care
payers and providers in improving patient outcomes through the delivery of
high quality, cost-effective home health care. We are proud that the growth
of our services has enabled CareCentrix to contribute to growing jobs in

In 2012, Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy named CareCentrix to the
state's First Five program, which recognizes and provides incentives to
businesses that create a minimum of 200 new, full-time jobs in the state
within five years. CareCentrix is investing millions of dollars in its new
headquarters, which spans 30,000 square feet. In addition to growing its
presence in Hartford, CareCentrix has offices across the United States,
operating customer care centers in Tampa, Fla.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Albuquerque,
N.M.; and Kansas City, Kansas.

"I am pleased to officially welcome CareCentrix to the Capital City," said
Governor Malloy. "Connecticut will fight to keep every job, and we are using
new, innovative economic tools like the First Five program to attract
companies that will create good jobs here in our state. Partnering with the
business community and improving the economic climate is critical to
strengthening our competitiveness."

Founded in 1996 as part of Gentiva Health Services, Inc., CareCentrix became
an independent company in 2008. Since then, the company has grown its
customer base to more than 30 million people and a network of 7,000 homecare
providers.CareCentrix works on behalf of health plans to coordinate their
members' care for home nursing, home infusion therapy and home medical
equipment. These home-based health care services help prevent hospital
readmissions and other costly events.

CareCentrix currently has 110 open positions in its Hartford location, and
will be holding a job fair on Saturday, January 12, at its 20 Church Street
location from 10 am to 3 pm. Interested job applicants can find more
information in the career section of CareCentrix's website at

About CareCentrix, Inc.

CareCentrix ( is the nation's leading benefits management
company focused on effectively managing home-based care. Headquartered in
Hartford, Conn., the company provides a full range of services including
coordination of home nursing, home infusion and home medical equipment. The
CareCentrix service line includes HomeSTAR, a program which reduces hospital
readmissions; and Sleep Management Solutions, a wholly owned company, offering
sleep benefit management services to patients and health plans. CareCentrix
serves more than 30 million people through its national network of 7,000
credentialed home healthcare providers, with customer care centers located
across the United States.

SOURCE CareCentrix, Inc.

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