In 2001, John Olajide, President and CEO of Axxess, was enrolled as a telecommunications engineering student at the University of Texas in Dallas. During a visit with a family friend who was working as director of nursing at a local home healthcare agency at the time, Olajide noticed multiple un-networked computers and dated technology. As a result, Olajide began consulting with various home healthcare agencies, finding a majority of the issues at hand could be solved through technology. “My business evolved into creating technology solutions to these problems, and Axxess was born,” says Olajide.
Axxess is a home health technology company “with roots firmly embedding in consulting and software development,” states the company’s website. Axxess focuses on providing home healthcare agencies with the solutions they need to run their businesses more efficiently. “We help in every aspect of a home healthcare agency, from clinicians at the point of care with patients, to the administrative and billing,” informs Olajide. “As technology and healthcare both evolve, we are continuously developing new software and other technology solutions to help our clients work more efficiently, and to anticipate and prepare for changes.”