Primary care solutions tailored to your needs
Working with NextGen Healthcare, you can choose from integrated primary care EHR and practice management software solutions specially designed to support your practice.
Learn how primary care electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs) are different
Before the visit
Schedule well-visit appointment reminders to be sent annually. With these reminders, prompt patients to bring their insurance paperwork. Keep the appointments, and save up to $150,000 yearly.
Reduce clicking and time spent on check-in. Gain these benefits by viewing patient responses to clinical information and securely transferring completed forms and questionnaires to the patient record. Communicate better and improve patient satisfaction.
During the visit
Take advantage of mobility to document your patient's visit, and completely finish documentation by your next appointment.
Make sure the referring provider receives documentation while sending it in real time using integrated interoperability. Quickly view your schedule and clinical data on your phone.
After the visit
Empower patients to invest in their health with the ability to easily access patient education, lab results, and payment options online. Cater to the 68% of patients who prefer engaging online with medical practices.
RCM Services and NextGen® Financial Suite
of medical practice income is lost due to improper billing
Understanding the prospective payment system
Read these insights provided by top solution experts to align the differences between the prospective payment system. You'll learn the risks and rewards of PPS1 vs. PPS2.
The Future of Independent Medical Practices
For those who value the independent practice of medicine, the pressure is on. Gain insight on the challenges facing independent practices, and how to overcome them.
Patient-Centered Medical Homes: creating a focal point for care
A patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is focal point for coordinating a patient’s healthcare—an increasingly important goal in primary care.