This is usually the spot where a company brags about how many customers they have, how long they’ve been in business, and all the countries in which they operate. We’ll do that here soon, but we first would like to describe what it’s like to be an Access customer. You’ve likely heard of a WYSIWYG approach to making things, like a web page. Our approach to everything we do is best described with a very similar initialism—WYPIWYG (what-you’re-promised-is-what-you-get). Here’s what that means to you:
And don’t just take our word for it. Listen to what customers like John Brown, CIO at Pacific Alliance Medical Center, have to say: “We have a great relationship with Access. They’re one of the vendors I can count on to follow up regularly and they’re always upping their game.”
Norman Regional Hospital HIT Director John Meharg echoed those sentiments. “Access delivered everything they promised,” said Meharg. “They care about their customers and are looking for ways to continually improve their products.”
Access develops electronic forms management (EFM) software that eliminates the unnecessary expense, risk and inefficiency of paper forms. Our products and solutions empower organizations to capture, manage, sign and share eForms and data with other systems without paper, printers or scanners. Staff can interact with paperless eForms anywhere, anytime using any device. Everything related to forms is in one place with Access—so reduced costs, paper-free routines and complete records can be your real-world destinations. Here’s a bit more about us:
Listening to customers’ needs and finding solutions to help them has always been Tim’s focus and the reason he founded Access. Under his guidance and direction as CEO, Access has become one of the fastest growing companies in its field, offering customers and partners an unmatched level of innovation and support. Tim’s emphasis on integrity and quality is woven into every interaction, project and activity the company is involved with.
With 35+ years of executive management experience in healthcare, Mark has taken on almost every challenge the modern industry has faced. As company president, his healthcare vision and business acumen provides valuable daily leadership, and his connections have built an exceptional team and solid corporate partnerships that uniquely benefit Access customers. He has in-depth knowledge of every three-letter acronym—HIS, EHR, ECM, ERP and even BBQ.
In addition to being a great storyteller, Chuck has a 35-plus-year background in healthcare and IT that’s definitely worth talking about. Not only has he worked in the consulting and vendor space with major information system providers, Chuck also has served in IT management at several large healthcare organizations. And as VP and CTO at Access, Chuck uses his rare combination of expertise to navigate R+D in the right direction.
In the tradition of John and Sam Adams, Beth is a founding mother of Access—helping to build the company from the ground up on day one. Now director of Administrative Services, she oversees all administrative functions for the company, including AR, AP, HR and much more. Just as importantly, Beth is a Sunday school secretary, mother of three and grandmother of six.
For more than 10 years, Cody has helped healthcare organizations worldwide eliminate the costs and risks of paper through e-forms and e-signature solutions. In addition to helping others achieve their paperless goals, Cody finds time to put his biochemistry degree to work in the kitchen testing out new recipes on his unsuspecting family.
With over 15 years of healthcare technology leadership Mike Kelley provides leadership built on experience. A positive customer experience is chief among Mike's goals, which is achieved by delivering the appropriate products to solve customer's business issues. When Mike is away from Access he can typically be found on the water enjoying quality time with his family.
Davin Marceau arrived at Access following a successful tenure as Vice President of Operations for a home services consulting firm, where he was responsible for delivering support/sustainment functions, strategic level decision making, and P&L management. Marceau also spent 16 years as a Ranger in the United States Army, serving in a variety of operations-specific roles. His battle-test leadership and passion for serving others benefits Access teammates, partners, and customers alike.