Welcome to Axuall's reference material site. Browse documents, videos, and slides that outline our approach and technology.
About Axuall and Other Reference Materials
Built with leading healthcare systems, Axuall is a workforce intelligence company built on top of a national real-time practitioner data network. It enables healthcare systems, staffing firms, telehealth, and health plans to dramatically reduce onboarding and enrollment time while also providing unique, powerful data insights for network planning, analytics, and reporting. Its network streamlines the secure sharing of digitally verified credentials between clinicians, authorized verifiers, and organizations that require this information quickly and continuously to meet patient demand, ensure clinical coverage, and maximize revenue capture.
A 2-page executive overview of Axuall and the problem we solve.
An introduction to Axuall, including the problem, where we fit in your ecosystem, how it is implemented, and what is included in our subscriptions.
MedStar’s Melissa Walters shares their digital transformation story as the $4.3 billion healthcare system changes how they engage clinicians, empower their MSPs, and eliminate information delays that stand in the way of timely clinical deployment.
A short video that describes the end-user experience for practitioners including how they enroll and share their credentials with subscribers (healthcare systems).
Major Healthcare Organizations and Investors Back the Company’s Continued Progress Towards Solving the Provider Data Problem in Healthcare
University Hospitals and Axuall had record attendance at the Health Management Academy webinar on March 3, 2021. During the session, David Sylvan, President, and Brian Rothstein, MD, CMO of UH Ventures, joined Axuall’s CEO, Charlie Lougheed, in a presentation about how their partnership with Axuall addresses the crucial needs of patient access, practitioner burnout, and revenue capture.
This white paper compiles data collected from interviews with eight large health systems, including Advocate Aurora Health, Banner Health, ChristianaCare, Duke Health, RWJ Barnabas Health, Sharp HealthCare, Spectrum Health, and University Hospitals. It also outlines the return on investment at University Hospitals based on data collected from our 2020 pilot.
An 11-minute NAMSS 2020 conference recording of the October 2020 presentation.