Raleigh, NC, June 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Home Care Assist has officially launched in North Carolina’s Triangle region to help caregivers and careseekers, whether for their own needs or the needs of a loved one, find compatible matches. Home Care Assist is a comprehensive, world-class online platform that utilizes proprietary algorithms never before applied to the healthcare industry in this way. The overall mission is to empower careseekers, care recipients and caregivers to find and manage compatible and fulfilling care connections.
After caregivers register and create a free profile on Home Care Assist’s website, a background check can be ordered. Once passed, caregivers will be eligible to be matched with care seekers based on skillset, expertise and preferences. The goal is to present the most qualified and compatible matches, saving both time and money.
“We realized that when people are searching for the right, vetted provider for their health care needs, or the needs of a loved one, this process often requires seemingly endless amounts of time, money and energy – all to find an uncertain match,” said Home Care Assist CEO, Brian VanHook. “Through the creation of Home Care Assist, we are proud to offer a clear, fast and stress-free solution to this problem.”
Home Care Assist launched the caregiver registration portion of the website, with the Triangle as the initial focus market. Currently, caregivers have the ability to sign up, complete their profile and order a background check. In addition, care seekers are encouraged to sign up to receive email updates, as the matching system will be fully functional beginning mid-summer 2016. The ultimate goal for Home Care Assist is to expand into other markets very quickly, beginning in fall 2016.
To register for a free caregiver profile or join the careseeker mailing list, please visit homecareassist.com
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About Home Care Assist:
Home Care Assist is a web application that connects people seeking private duty home care with qualified and screened caregivers. The company utilizes several robust, proprietary algorithms never before applied to the health care industry in this way to deliver matches between caregivers with specialized skillsets and careseekers who are looking for specific home care services. Matches are created based on a wide range of components, including needs/skills, pay requirements, geographic location, availability and more, then ranked by percentage of compatibility to ensure caregivers and careseekers find the best fit for their needs. Currently only available in the Triangle region of North Carolina, Home Care Assist seeks to expand into other markets starting in fall 2016. For more information, please visit http://homecareassist.com/.