Surgical solutions for dermatology tailored to your needs
Working with NextGen Healthcare, you can choose from integrated surgical dermatology EHR and practice management software solutions specially designed to support your practice.
Discover how dermatologic surgery electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs) differ
Before the procedure
Send patients micrographic surgery appointment reminders, while mentioning to remember their referral paperwork. Avoid missed appointments to save up to $150,000 annually.
View the patient's responses to dermatologic history and skin concerns. Securely transfer completed questionnaires and interviews to the patient record, reducing clicks and check-in time. Improve communication and patient satisfaction.
During the procedure
Document dermatologic findings, interpretations, assessments, and plans—easily, on your mobile device. Complete documentation by your next surgery, saving time in daytime and after-hour work.
In real time, send dermatologic procedure documentation back to the referring provider. Quickly and conveniently view your next surgery and their clinical data on your phone.
After the procedure
Use the internet to fully support patients in managing their health, considering 68% of patients would rather interact with medical practices online. Securely send patient skin prevention tips, pathology results, and payment options.
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