DALLAS (Feb. 26, 2020) – Axxess, the industry-leading innovator in healthcare at home technology, has been selected as a preferred vendor for franchises of Interim HealthCare, the largest homecare provider.
This preferred status enables more than 300 local franchise owners to choose any application from the suite of Axxess solutions to efficiently operate their business and make people’s lives at home better.
Seven Interim Healthcare franchisees operating in California, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada and Wisconsin, are already working with Axxess solutions to manage their business and provide timely care. Axxess says it is in use by more than 7,000 organizations, caring for more than 2 million patients.
“We are extremely excited about our successful partnerships with several Interim franchisees and look forward to expanding our relationship with many more,” said Axxess founder and CEO John Olajide. “Interim HealthCare franchisees provide services across a continuum of care, from homecare and hospice to staffing, and now they have the option to use a single vendor for all their needs. This partnership will ensure Interim HealthCare franchisees can streamline operations while also improving patient outcomes.”
Interim HealthCare CEO Jennifer Sheets said that the company was encouraged by the positive experience franchisees reported after using Axxess' products.
“Franchisees are seeing discernible benefits in their ability to provide greater operational efficiencies with Axxess’ robust solutions," Sheets said. "We take great pride in harnessing the power of our network to offer cutting-edge technology solutions that translate to meaningful value for our dedicated franchise owners and their operations.”
Interim franchisees will have the opportunity to leverage value-added Axxess solutions to manage home health, hospice, pediatric care, personal care and patient engagement operations. Franchisees in Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Florida will also be able to utilize AxxessCARE, an innovative scheduling and staffing platform,helping providers overcome staffing challenges.
Interim, which was founded in 1966, provides 25 million hours of homecare service to some 190,000 people per year via its franchises.