Axxess Care, a Texas-based scheduling and staffing solution for home health care, is now available for health providers in Michigan, California, and Ohio. Organizations can use the platform to connect with nurses and physical therapists and coordinate care for patients.
So far, the company says it has assisted hundreds of organizations complete nearly 15,000 patient visits in Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Florida during its pilot stage. Axxess is introducing the solution methodically to continue to improve the platform and process before introducing it to the whole industry.
“Excitement about Axxess Care continues to build, and we’re pleased to be able to now help organizations in California, Michigan, and Ohio overcome staffing challenges,” says John Olajide, founder and CEO of Axxess. “Through Axxess Care, home health providers can schedule their own staff and, when needed, extend their staffing capacity and grow their business through access to qualified clinicians to meet patient needs. At the same time, clinicians enjoy a more convenient way to work.”
Axxess Care is integrated with Axxess Home Health, a secure HIPAA-compliant software program that allows organizations to post visits for qualified professionals. Clinicians can apply for home visits through the Axxess Care app after background checks and license verifications have been completed. Organizations can review and select the most appropriate clinician for each posted visit.
The platform also shows clinician profiles, competencies, expertise, availability, and ratings. Organizations can also communicate with interested clinicians, post visits, and coordinate care in real time. It also offers a visit verification feature that helps organizations know when visits are complete so they can review documentation, process payments, and rate performance. All documentation can be completed at the patient’s home.
Axxess Care is available to Axxess clients who use Axxess Home Health software. The company’s solutions help improve care for more than 2 million patients worldwide and is used by more than 7,000 organizations.