AristaMD Selects Axuall to Streamline Workforce Deployment with Real-Time Provider Data Network

July 12, 2022

Partnership will provide a one-stop solution to manage credentialing and increase onboarding efficiency

Real-Time Provider Data NetworkCLEVELAND—Axuall announced today a new partnership with AristaMD to streamline the organization’s onboarding, privileging and payor enrollment process, as well as provide its contracted specialists with the tools to manage the company’s digital credentials through Axuall’s real-time provider data network.

Patient safety and access to care are critical problems that the U.S. healthcare space continues to face in terms of scale and flexibility. As the clinician shortage continues, reducing the unnecessary burden and time commitment of paperwork will help address the national imperative to decrease burnout and drop-out rates among healthcare professionals. Healthcare organizations, like AristaMD, are beginning to realize how data and analytics can be applied across the provider community to help solve this problem through an emerging practice: workforce intelligence.

“We’re fortunate to support organizations like AristaMD, as we continue to address the need to eliminate waste, prevent fraud, manage risk, and meet demand for the next-generation of products and services in healthcare,” said Charlie Lougheed, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Axuall. “We developed our network with leading healthcare systems in mind, not only to accelerate their deployment into care settings, but also to maintain workforce readiness and elasticity.”

Specialist Shortages

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The U.S. specialist physician shortage can be attributed to several factors, including a lack of funding for medical education, an aging population of both patients and providers, and increases in chronic conditions that demand specialty care.

Now, an already strained health care system is being pushed to its limits by the COVID-19 pandemic, as health care centers across the country fill with patients seeking treatment for the novel coronavirus.

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