On May 25th, premier palliative care provider Liberty HomeCare and Hospice announced a partership with healthcare technology solutions firm, Axxess. Liberty aims to enhance its clinician experience by automating documentation and other processes. The organization chose Axxess in a bid to improve employee retention and centralize its billing process.
"I didn't expect to make a software transition again in my career, but when we vetted Axxess it was an easy decision. The service and communication they have provided has been above and beyond. The clinical team and the billing and financial leaders have high regard for Axxess. We have already seen revenue growth in locations using Axxess, and more of the branches are asking to be in the next implementation wave."
Holly MacDonald, president of Liberty HomeCare and Hospice
Liberty serves to communities through its 30 locations in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The organization has been delivering quality hospice, home care, and palliative care. It also rolled out the first phase of the Axxess platform implementation, and plans to unveil it across its other locations.
John Olajide, founder and CEO of Axxess, added, "The partnership between Liberty and Axxess is a natural fit. Holly and the Liberty team made it clear that they wanted to work with a company that would be responsive and innovative so they can efficiently and effectively run their enterprise operations. Axxess is committed to working with our clients to deliver what they need, and we have the global presence and resources to do that every day."
Axxess is an innovator in healthcare technology and is trusted by more than 9,000 firms in the healthcare industry. The company is well known for its range of cutting-edge software that is currently used to serve over 3 million patients globally.
MacDonald further commented, "For our clinicians, the Axxess Certification Program is going to create so many efficiencies. It will give us a standard way to get our staff properly trained. With an organization of our size, we needed a way to uniformly train our staff. When we saw this program, we immediately knew this was the solution we needed."