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The nationwide caregiver and nursing shortage is projected to worsen in the coming years due to the increase in aging baby boomers. Staffing challenges, from caregiver hiring to retention, were the top concern for 77% of home care agencies surveyed … Keep Reading
The new year can offer new inspiration for home healthcare providers to refine processes that will help achieve growth in 2019. Establishing a culture that fosters this growth starts with self-examination. Motivational speaker and organizational consultant Simon Sinek has an … Keep Reading
Axxess’ rapid growth in market share among home health agencies over the past seven years is due to a purposeful strategy that cultivates innovation every day. Managing our in-house engineers using an Agile-SCRUM development process, the engineering team operates with … Keep Reading
Axxess’ Vice President of Operations Melody Lenox spoke on a panel recently where Axxess was recognized as a “Best and Brightest” workplace in Dallas. Melody had the opportunity to discuss how the “Axxess Way” informs and inspires our culture. Many … Keep Reading
Care in the home is the most preferred, comfortable and economical way for people to receive quality care to heal or maintain healthy lifestyles in the most familiar environment. When people are at home, they’re in control and have freedom … Keep Reading
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Home Health Technology Leader Takes Top Spot For Second Consecutive Year DALLAS, June 12, 2017 — Axxess, the fastest growing home health technology company, has been named the number one small place to work in IT for the second year … Keep Reading
In its ongoing “If I Knew Then…” series, Crain’s Dallas asks executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. Axxess CTO Andrew Olowu talked with Crain’s reporter Nicholas Sakelaris about the biggest lesson he learned … Keep Reading
What’s the best path to achieving business goals? Breaking down barriers between business and IT, according to Andrew Olowu, CTO at Axxess, which provides cloud-based software to the home health care industry. In an interview with The Enterprisers Project, Olowu explains how … Keep Reading
John Olajide, president and CEO of Dallas-based software company Axxess, believes in the Dallas Regional Chamber’s mission of economic development, talent creation and talent attraction. Talent creation refers to educating the future workforce to be college and career ready, and … Keep Reading
When Axxess President and CEO John Olajide moved his company into its new office at 16000 Dallas Parkway nine months ago, he wanted to create an environment unlike other health care technology offices. Olajide launched Axxess in 2007 and it … Keep Reading