Home Care Pulse and AxisCare Partner to Expand Home Health Software
Home Care Pulse announced today that it is teaming with AxisCare to further integrate its home care management software for its clients.
The partnership between the two companies will integrate Home Care Pulse’s Quality Satisfaction Management program with AxisCare’s home care management software.
The companies expect that integrating each of their propriety softwares will enhance the abilities of home care providers to manage and monitor their businesses by allowing them to view, in a single location, all of the business tools and reports offered by both Home Care Pulse and AxisCare.
“Through AxisCare and Home Care Pulse, agencies combine powerful marketing components, easy scheduling workflow, and more, with strategic benchmarking intelligence and proof of quality certifications to help them stand out amongst their competitors,” said Todd Allen, president of AxisCare.
AxisCare’s web-based software allows users the ability to manage their home care agency from any device, providing features that help users keep track of their leads, referral sources, marketing appointments, brochure orders, as well as the revenue generated by each referral source.
The software also tracks caregiver’s work schedules and manages what certifications or evaluations must be completed by the individual, while also providing family care portals and the opportunity to customize certain features, so a home health agency may tailor the software to its own operations.
Home Care Pulse is a firm focusing on research centered on satisfaction and quality assurance within the home health industry. The company is also nationally recognized for its proprietary Best of Home Care Awards.
“We are excited about the many advantages our customers will have with this integration between our two companies,” said Erik Madsen, COO of Home Care Pulse. “Together, Home Care Pulse and AxisCare will be able to better assist home care providers as they focus on delivering the best in-home care possible.”
Written by Jason Oliva