New organization offers innovative solutions to meet growing health care industry demands
DUBLIN, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Xolv Technology Solutions, a non-profit organization headquartered in Dublin, California, launched today.
Xolv helps organizations transform the way they work and deliver care outside of the traditional hospital setting. It does this by offering a fully-integrated suite of solutions ranging from clinical treatment operations to revenue cycle management. These solutions help customers meet the demands of today’s ever-changing health care industry pressures.
“At Xolv, we are committed to helping our customers in the home and community-based care space advance their mission and expand their impact,” said Susan Armiger, CEO, Xolv Technology Solutions. “We do this by providing human-centric solutions and services that improve operational efficiencies, so customers are equipped to deliver quality care that is both accessible and affordable. We are technology that cares.”
Xolv offers a unique combination of clinical knowledge, technology expertise and a profound understanding of health care network operations. Xolv’s technology stack and solutions range from advanced human centric user interface, AI, cloud management, web and mobile platform. “Being in the heart of Silicon Valley, it is our responsibility to maximize the usage of state-of-the-art technology to help expand our mission and further our impact” said Nhan Nguyen, Xolv’s Chief Technology Officer. To learn more about Xolv and how it’s creating technology that cares, please visit xolv.org.
About Xolv Technology Solutions
Xolv Technology Solutions offers end-to-end solutions that reduce the complexity of delivering care, resulting in improved outcomes for home and community-based services, all while staying true to its non-profit roots, making it accessible and affordable. Xolv will maximize social impact by transforming care, responsibly.
Xolv is also a member of a family of companies including the Catalight Foundation, Easterseals Northern California, Easterseals Hawaii and the Behavioral Health Provider Network (BHPN). Across the five non-profit companies, there are nearly 1,000 employees working together to help responsibly disrupt and transform home and community-based care.