CareCentrix, a leading independent home-centered care company, today announced its fourth consecutive annual Great Place to Work® certification, third consecutive Top Workplaces USA Award, and third consecutive recognition by Forbes as one of America’s Best Midsize Employers.

“Creating an environment of care, compassion, and connection in our workplace is a key value at CareCentrix,” said CEO Steve Horowitz. “Our ability to help our members transition to the right site of care starts with fostering a workforce that is committed, engaged, and finds purpose in the work they do each day. We’re delighted to be recognized for our efforts in creating a top culture that allows us to provide great service to our clients.”

CareCentrix earned its Great Place to Work® certification for 2023, issued by the Great Place to Work Institute and its senior care partner Activated Insights, through a process that involved surveying employees from across the organization and evaluating more than 60 elements of team members’ experience on the job. These included employee pride in the organization’s community impact, belief that their work makes a difference, and feeling their work has special meaning.

“We applaud CareCentrix for seeking certification and publicly sharing its employees’ feedback,” said Dr. Jacquelyn Kung of Activated Insights. “These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace for high performance.”

CareCentrix’s 2023 Top Workplaces USA Award was issued by Energage. The Top Workplaces program has a 15-year history of surveying more than 20 million employees and recognizing the top organizations across 60 markets for regional Top Workplaces awards.

Top Workplaces USA celebrates organizations with 150 or more employees that have built great cultures. Over 42,000 organizations were invited to participate in the Top Workplaces USA survey. Winners of the Top Workplaces USA list are chosen based solely on employee feedback gathered through an employee engagement survey.

“Earning a Top Workplaces award is a badge of honor for companies, especially because it comes authentically from their employees,” said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. “That’s something to be proud of. In today’s market, leaders must ensure they’re allowing employees to have a voice and be heard. That’s paramount. Top Workplaces do this, and it pays dividends.”

America’s Best Midsize Employers 2023 were identified in an independent survey taken by approximately 45,000 American employees working for companies with more than 1,000 workers in the United States. In total, 500 employers were recognized across 25 different industry sectors.

These awards continue a series of public recognitions highlighting CareCentrix’s company culture. In 2022, CareCentrix was named one of Connecticut’s top employers, one of Tampa Bay’s Top Workplaces, and one of America’s Best Employers for Women according to Forbes, following their receipt of Forbes’ Best Employers for Diversity Award.


About CareCentrix

CareCentrix offers value-based home solutions to payors and health systems to help more of their members access the home care they need, when they need it. Through a single platform, CareCentrix coordinates multiple, complex home care needs for over 19 million members through a national network of approximately 7,400 provider locations, resulting in a simplified patient and physician experience. For over 25 years, CareCentrix’s focus on the whole person has improved continuity of care, reduced unnecessary readmissions and unnecessary emergency department utilization, and has delivered positive financial results for health plans. With proprietary HomeFirst Analytics to stratify risk and optimize care delivery, CareCentrix takes on the complexities of care coordination and management of care in the home to provide our clients with essential insights into care at home. CareCentrix has been named one of Fierce Healthcare’s 2022 “Fierce 15” companies and FORTUNE’s Best Workplaces for Aging Services. For more information, please visit

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