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Axxess Technology Solutions is the Fastest Growing Home Health Software Platform in the Industry

By signing more new customers than any other home health software vendor on the market in the last 12 months alone, Dallas-based Axxess Technology Solutions is the fastest growing home health software platform in the industry. This is a remarkable feat be

DALLAS, April 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- By signing more new customers than any other home health software vendor on the market in the last 12 months alone, Dallas-based Axxess Technology Solutions is the fastest growing home health software platform in the industry. This is a remarkable feat because Axxess' Agencycore was officially launched exactly a year ago today. At this rate, Axxess Technology Solutions is on track to emerge as the clear leader in the home health software market.

"Word of mouth remains the best form of advertising and this has spurred our viral growth," according to the Sam Smith a business development advisor for Axxess. "Our satisfied customers continue to refer other organizations and we currently have software customers in 30 states. We make it a point to listen closely and actively to our customers and continue to offer innovative solutions to make them more successful and in response to their needs.  We are grateful for the overwhelming acceptance of our home health software nationwide and our users continue to rave about how powerful, yet user-friendly the software platform is," he added.

Axxess has recorded a lot of firsts in innovation. Axxess was the first and remains the only home health software vendor to be able to deliver in-service training videos from within the software. By incorporating diagnosis-based teaching guides in the clinical progress notes and OASIS assessments, Axxess again was the first home health software to provide home health nurses with instant and convenient access to information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language they can understand in English, Spanish and several other languages.

Axxess' state of the art software platform is built on the latest technology and supported by a team of talented consultants who draw on deep industry expertise to provide customers with more than just answers to software questions. Axxess' support team offer customers  customized solutions and valued insights on how to use the Agencycore software platform to grow their businesses, improve compliance, decrease costs, improve collaboration and achieve overall success.

Axxess is uniquely positioned to serve small, medium and large home health organization in an industry that includes publicly traded companies like: California-based McKesson Corp. , Chicago-based Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc. and Missouri-based Cerner Corp. and other private web-based software providers like Homecare Homebase, Kinnser, Healthcarefirst and CareAnyware.  Axxess is clearly on track to dominate the market.

"At Axxess, we are committed to making a difference in the quality of care delivered to patients nationwide by empowering the home health care companies with the right tools to become high performing businesses," said Patricia Evans a senior consultant with Axxess. We consider it an awesome privilege to be able to contribute to people's lives in such a manner." Our software helps home health agencies focus on patient care, improve compliance, grow their businesses and streamline their business. Our customers trust us to deliver innovative and user-friendly solutions, and that is what we will continue to do," she added.

About Axxess Technology Solutions
Axxess Technology Solutions is a leading provider of web based software solutions to the home health care industry. Their flagship Agencycore home health software helps home health agencies improve operational and clinical results. Committed to delivering innovation, Axxess collaborates with its clients to help them become high-performance businesses. With deep industry and business process expertise, broad resources and a proven track record, Axxess mobilizes the right people, skills and technologies to help clients improve their performance. Axxess is headquartered in Dallas, TX. Visit www.axxessweb.com to learn more about Axxess Technology Solutions.

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