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SPECIAL EDUCATION SOLUTION

Empower Your Special Education Department

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Streamline Special
Education Operations

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Medicaid Maximization Software and Services

For over 20 years, we’ve partnered with school districts both big and small to maximize Medicaid reimbursement and compliance.

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Our deep rooted experience in special education working to improve outcomes for your students with disabilities.

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Program Support

Accelify’s dedicated project management and technical support teams are committed to providing you with everything you need to make the most of our solutions.

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TESTIMONIALS

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Accelify’s billings solution has provided unprecedented visibility into our service data, the claiming cycle, and the remittance process. Accelify’s expert consulting services have also been instrumental to our success. The company consistently provides valuable insight into reimbursement policy and advice on best practices.

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Over the past four years, we’ve implemented many of Accelify’s special education management software tools.  This has included extensive customization and integration to address our District’s unique needs, all of which have been handled above expectations.  In addition, the new systems have resulted in time and cost savings and a substantial increase in compliance.

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NEWS

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Five Cabinet Nominees Who Could Affect Education
By: Hayley Glatter Source: The Atlantic Control of school-related issues is spread across a number governmental agencies, and President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for U.S. education secretary, Betsy DeVos, won’t be the only member of his cabinet to have a say in student-facing policy. The Michigan...
Yes, Bill Gates really compared Donald Trump to JFK — and said Trump could help education
By: Valerie Strauss Source: The Washington Post Bill Gates, the world’s biggest-spending philanthropist, poured so much private money into pet education reform projects that he helped drive the public education policy agenda. His foundation funded the development, implementation and promotion of the Common Core State...
Study: Exercise May Cut Behavior Issues In Half
By: Shaun Heasley Source: Disability Scoop Researchers say there may be a simple way to reduce challenging behaviors among those with autism and similar disorders during the school day — add in some exercise. A new study looking at the impact of structured, aerobic exercise...
Supreme Court to decide: What level of education do public schools legally owe to students with disabilities?
By: Emma Brown Source: The Washington Post he U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday in a dispute over the level of education that public schools must provide to millions of children with disabilities, a case that advocates describe as the most significant...
Ten Questions Senators Could Ask Education Secretary Nominee Betsy DeVos
By: Andrew Ujiusa and Alyson Klein Source: Education Week Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to lead the U.S. Department of Education, will be on the hot seat next Tuesday, Jan. 17. She’ll be taking questions from the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee...

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Guilford County Schools tries to crack the code for better gifted education
By: Jessie Pounds Source: Greensboro.com Guilford County Schools is raising the bar a bit for this year’s third-graders to qualify for the official “academically gifted” designation and the services that come with it. At the same time, the district is adding a completely new service...
ACCELIBEAT WEEKLY ROUND UP 12/5-12/9: DEVOS WOULD BE FIRST ED. SEC. WHO HASN’T BEEN A PUBLIC SCHOOL PARENT OR STUDENT
This week PISA results topped the news, with the triennial survey of 15-year-old students in OECD countries ranking the United States below average in math.  Despite this, a recent study reveals the rich-poor achievement gap may be narrowing.  In other news, the President-elect’s pick for Ed....
VA Beach City Public Schools Awards Medicaid Billing Contract to Accelify through Competitive Bid Process
RFP awarded includes Cooperative Procurement Agreement, allowing for extension of contract to other Virginia school divisions Brooklyn, NY – June 30, 2016 Accelify Solutions, LLC (Accelify) is pleased to announce that Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) has awarded a contract to Accelify to provide...
Miami-Dade Public Schools Selects Accelify’s ERP Special Education Management System
Accelify is partnering with Miami-Dade Public Schools to implement its complete suite of ERP special education technology solutions for the 2016-17 school year. NEW YORK, June 7, 2016 — Accelify, LLC is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Miami-Dade Public Schools (MDCPS) to provide...
LISA POWERS, FORMER SPECIAL EDUCATION DIRECTOR OF HAMPTON CITY SCHOOLS, JOINS ACCELIFY SOLUTIONS
NEW YORK, May 19, 2016 — Accelify Solutions announced today that Lisa Powers, Ed.D., has joined the company as Lead Consultant, Accelify Consulting, the special education consulting branch of Accelify. With more than 35 years of experience holding classroom, building, and district level leadership positions...

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