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WINTER PARK, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Plans to reopen offices and other workplaces in several states have prompted employers to develop and implement programs to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Social distancing, aggressive cleaning and disinfecting, face masks, split shifts, and temperature checks are among the strategies.

To help its clients and employers protect their employees, HomeCare Connect is offering on-site temperature screening. As an ancillary company that manages a range of home health services in workers’ compensation, HomeCare Connect typically works with employees after they have become ill or injured on the job.

“Now, we’re taking a proactive stance to help clients maintain safe work areas and avoid COVID-19 infections,” said Vice President of Clinical Operations Anita Jovic, RN, BSN, MBA.

Clinicians from the company’s network will use no-touch infrared thermometers to make sure no employee or visitor with a fever enters the workplace. They will also complete temperature screening paperwork.

Temperature screenings are available nationally and on a 24/7 basis to accommodate factories and other operations with multiple shifts. Initially, HomeCare Connect is offering the service to employers, insurance carriers, third-party administrators, and other payers that are already doing business with the company.

About HomeCare Connect

Specializing in catastrophic cases, HomeCare Connect manages the quality and cost of home health care, DME and supplies, home modification and prosthetics and orthotics for workers’ compensation patients and payers. The Inc. 5000 and the Orlando Business Journal’s lists of fast-growing, privately held companies have captured its rapid growth. Based in Winter Park, Florida, near Orlando, the company serves clients nationally and can be reached at or 855-223-2228.


Helen King Patterson, APR, King Knight Communications, 813-690-4787; [email protected]

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