Axxess, an industry leader in home health management software, will present at the “Care Revolution” conference to be held Oct. 15 in Anaheim, Calif. The company is also a sponsor of this event, which will be attended by professionals from home health, hospice, private duty, assisted living, senior living, residential... Keep Reading
As home health care companies struggle to keep reduce employee turnover rates and compete to attract clients, one element is at the heart of an agency’s success: training.
Ongoing training programs for employees to advance their skills can reduce costly turnover, said Sharon Brothers, founder and CEO of the Institute for Professional Care... Keep Reading
Only software provider approved by Medicare to offer standard-setting
health care survey nationwide
Axxess, an industry leader in home health management software, announced today that it has been approved as a vendor for Consumer Assessment of Health Providers Service (CAHPS), in both the home health and hospice markets, by the... Keep Reading
Axxess, an industry leader in home health management software, is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and National Research Council’s (NRC) workshop, “The Future of Home Health Project” being held September 30 and October 1, in Washington, DC.
“The Institute of Medicine and the National Research... Keep Reading
Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the first diagnosis of the Ebola virus outside of West Africa. The newly-diagnosed patient is currently undergoing treatment and supportive therapy at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas after moving from Liberia a week ago. This patient was tested... Keep Reading
For the second time this month, Axxess and its CEO John Olajide have been recognized for stellar industry leadership. Most recently, Axxess was named a finalist among 175 nominees in the “2014 D CEO Excellence in Healthcare Awards“ program. The award honors the Dallas area's most outstanding healthcare executives, practitioners, and other... Keep Reading
For many years, technology has been worn by a variety of people for many reasons. One of those reasons has been to track physical exercise for athletes. Wearing tracking devices, runners have been able to determine how far they have traveled, how many steps they took, calories burned, and other... Keep Reading
We at the Alliance for the Home Health Quality and Innovation are proud to join Axxess as sponsors for the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and National Research Council (NRC) Future of Home Health (FOHH) Workshop, September 30 and October 1, 2014 in Washington, DC. Bringing together experts from academia, think... Keep Reading
In the home health industry, coding on the OASIS, the Plan of Care, and the Claim must match and must comply with ICD-9-CM coding guidelines. Incorrect coding and sequencing has been a concern of CMS for several years; and Home Health Agencies have had multiple opportunities to conform to the... Keep Reading
The U.S. health care system ranks as one of the most costly systems to operate in terms of per capita health care spending. A significant portion of these costs can be attributed to the high incidence of chronic illness among Americans, yet a significant portion of health care spending will... Keep Reading