Cardiology solutions tailored to your needs
Working with NextGen Healthcare, you can choose from integrated cardiology EHR and practice management software solutions specially designed for your cardiology practice.
Learn the difference between cardiology electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs)
Before the visit
Send stress test appointment reminders. Remind patients to bring their referral paperwork. Keep patients from missing their appointments, saving up to $150,000 a year.
View the patient's responses to cardiac history. Transfer completed interviews and questionnaires to the patient record securely. Take care of these tasks with fewer clicks while reducing check-in time. And in turn, communicate more effectively with patients to enhance satisfaction.
During the visit
Document each visit as it happens simply by using your mobile device. View cardiac studies without having to exit and reopen the EHR.
Through integrated interoperability, send clinical documentation back to the referring provider in real time. Quickly view your next patient's information and clinical data on your phone.
After the visit
Give patients the tools they need to manage their health. Securely send patient education on stress, clinical results, and payment options online, which is how 68% of patients today prefer to interact with medical practices.
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