The Axxess team is closely monitoring developments on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and taking appropriate steps consistent with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations to help support the health and safety of our clients and employees.
Our clients serve the population identified as most vulnerable to the coronavirus and we know that first and foremost on your mind is making sure you are taking appropriate precautions to best care for patients and staff.
This page provides links to helpful resources and best practices to use during this uncertain time. As you continue to meet demands, remember our online help center can answer questions you may have about our products. Our client experience team is also ready to provide support via our support ticketing center or by phone.
This webinar explores the challenges currently being faced by the home care and hospice industries as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. It provides best practices for emergency preparedness and infection control to prevent survey deficiencies, and provides technology solutions as well as additional resources for continued training and learning.
This webinar shares how PPE usage before the pandemic resulted in the challenges experienced by many. Experts share opportunities to leverage resources and best practices to meet current and future needs.
Axxess is here to help you understand the coronavirus (COVID-19). This video shares a basic overview of the symptoms of the virus and guidelines for protecting yourself from exposure.
Axxess Home Care Emergency Preparedness and Infection Control Features
Axxess Home Health Emergency Preparedness and Infection Control Features
Axxess Hospice Emergency Preparedness and Infection Control Features
Template Letter of Essential Worker Designation
PPE Frequently Asked Questions
COVID FAQ pdf from NHPCO
NAHC COVID Relief Funding Revenue Cost Tracking Template
Home Health Agencies: CMS Flexibilities to Fight COVID-19
Telehealth Fact Sheet for Home Health
The novel coronavirus appeared in December 2019 and caused a global outbreak of respiratory illness. The World Health Organization (WHO) names it COVID-19 in February 2020Download
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