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Kinnser Software Signs Intrepid USA — Rounding Out Year of Historic Growth in 2014

With record revenue growth, new product offerings and overall increased market share, Kinnser Software capped off a historic 2014 with the signing of Intrepid USA, one of the country’s largest home health providers.

Kinnser’s Cloud-based platform garners industry recognition for usability and patient outcomes while the company achieves 2,700 agency customers, making Kinnser the most widely used software company in post-acute care.

Austin, TX – February 10, 2015 – With record revenue growth, new product offerings and overall increased market share, Kinnser Software capped off a historic 2014 with the signing of Intrepid USA, one of the country’s largest home health providers with 76 locations in 21 states, which includes 7 hospice and 5 private duty markets. Starting mid-February, all Intrepid USA locations across the country will utilize Kinnser Software’s suite of solutions: Kinnser Agency Manager™, Kinnser Hospice® and Kinnser ADL®, ensuring each company location will have the technology needed to streamline reporting, billing and patient documentation in the field.

“As a full-service home health company, we needed a solution that could support each of our business lines––home health, hospice and private duty,” said Wes Perry, CEO of Intrepid USA. “Kinnser’s rapid implementation, customizable platform and anywhere-accessible Cloud software make them the right partner for our needs. And Kinnser’s adaptability will ensure it successfully scales with our growth.”

In addition to adding a top enterprise-level home health provider to its customer roster, Kinnser solidified its position in the market through an expanded suite of revenue management and billing tools. These solutions help enterprise and mid-sized post-acute care agencies reduce back office expenses by 33 percent and improve clinician productivity to allow a 27 percent increase in patients.

“Over the past 12 years, we have seen agencies that use Kinnser typically grow 34 percent annually, while reducing administrative costs and increasing the level of care clinicians can deliver to their patients,” said Chris Hester, president and founder of Kinnser Software. “Our rapid growth and industry recognition is a testament to the tremendous value that our platform offers home care agencies. In the increasingly complex health care space, Kinnser provides our 2,700 agency customers a reliable, adaptable and scalable solution that addresses the challenges they face every day.”

Kinnser’s recent product enhancements continue to meet the needs of its growing portfolio of customers. The rise in regulatory complexity, decreased reimbursement, fraud prevention needs and more mean that home health agencies need to find the best partner to help navigate the rapidly changing space. New business intelligence and revenue tools in Kinnser’s solutions for home health, hospice and private duty, together with SSAE 16 Certification, enable post-acute care agencies of all sizes to focus on their patients, while Kinnser takes care of the rest.

Furthermore, Kinnser continued its philanthropic support of the nursing program at Austin Community College in 2014 by expanding its Kinnser Scholars program to $1 million. The fund will help 400 nursing students with tuition, fees and program expenses. Also in 2014, Kinnser was named on Deloitte’s Technology’s Fast 500 list for the second consecutive year, and as a  Top Workplace of Central Texas for the third consecutive year.

About Kinnser software

Kinnser Software, Inc. provides web-based solutions that deliver clinical and business results to the home health, hospice and private duty industries. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, Kinnser Software serves more than 4,000 home health, therapy, hospice, and private duty home care providers nationwide. Kinnser helps thousands of clinicians and other staff in post-acute healthcare to manage scheduling, billing, electronic visit verification, day-to-day operations, and patient referrals. 

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