DALLAS, Texas and DETROIT, Mich. (February 6, 2019)—Home health care technology provider Axxess is offering its clients additional coding and OASIS documentation solutions through a new partnership with Gateway Home Health Coding and Consulting, LLC.
Axxess, a home health care technology company, will work with Gateway, a provider of coding and OASIS documentation services for home health and hospice organizations, to provide Axxess clients solutions that enhance and complement Axxess’s suite of offerings helping organizations manage and grow their business. Axxess eventually will provide a dedicated location through the quality assurance section of its software to enable easy access for Gateway representatives to assist Axxess clients with needed coding, and the entire OASIS documentation and review process.
“Gateway’s coding and documentation analysis capabilities perfectly complement Axxess’s current products and built-in documentation scrubbing solution, and will provide Axxess clients even greater visibility into their daily operations and confidence in their reporting,” said John Olajide, Axxess founder and chief executive officer. “Gateway has helped organizations throughout the country more effectively manage their business, and we look forward to this partnership giving our clients exposure to their capabilities.”
Rob Drew, Gateway president and CEO added, “John and his team have created next-generation solutions to help agencies grow their business. We’re confident we can provide added value to Axxess clients that will help them remain compliant and get faster reimbursements. We look forward to working with Axxess to make sure as many agencies as possible can use the Gateway services to improve patient care and grow their business.”
Gateway’s experience in the home health and hospice industry enables the company to provide coding that earns the industry’s highest accuracy rating at an affordable cost. In addition to their coding expertise, Gateway team members leverage their knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and other payers’ regulations to assist with ADR, ZPIC and RAC reviews and appeals.