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Axxess Teams Up with PlayMaker in Home Health Space


Dallas-based home healthcare technology company Axxess has partnered with post-acute care market data and growth solution company PlayMaker Health, which serves home health and hospice agency clients.

PlayMaker’s data integration with Axxess’ more than 2,000 clients will benefit both organizations, says John Olajide, Axxess founder and chief executive officer. “The integration with PlayMaker Health’s data and growth intelligence complements Axxess’ easy-to-use suite of solutions, giving our home health and hospice agencies the sales and marketing data visibility they need to grow their business and increase market share,” said Olajide via release. “This partnership will enable Axxess clients to better track referral sources and diversify their patient mix using PlayMaker Health’s valuable data.”

“The integration of Axxess’ user-friendly point-of-care technology solutions with PlayMaker Health’s platform gives more than 2,000 additional post-acute providers a unified view of all their referral, sales and performance data,” said John Griscavage, chief executive officer of PlayMaker Health via release. “This combination delivers the in-depth and actionable sales insights they need to scale smartly and run more efficiently.”

Axxess is a home healthcare technology company serving 2 million patients nationwide and used by more than 7,000 organizations. PlayMaker Health is based in Nashville and helps hundreds of organizations nationwide with their post-acute growth needs. They use market and claims data, hospital referral patterns, EMR data and more to improve their clients’ sales.

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