In Mackey v. W.C.A.B., No. 1903 C.D. 2009 (Feb. 17, 2010) the court affirmed the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board’s decision to deny a claim petition of a home health aide. The court concluded that the home health aide was en route to a patients home and did not have a fixed place of employment. The court found that the claimant was not in the course and scope of her employment while driving to the home of a patient to whom she had been assigned by her employer. The court further held that the injuries sustained in an automobile accident that occurred en route are not compensable by workers’ comp.