Multispecialty clinic and group practice software solutions tailored to your needs
Working with NextGen Healthcare, you can choose from integrated multispecialty EHR solutions specially designed with these and other products to support your practice.
Learn the difference between multispecialty electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs)
Before the visit
Keep tribal members from missing appointments, and save up to $150,000. Send them appointment reminders, along with a note to bring their referral paperwork.
Easily view patients' responses to clinical queries, and securely transfer interviews and questionnaires they have completed to their patient record. Connect better with patients in rural communities by focusing on them instead of on clicking and checking them in.
During the visit
Get every necessary detail during each visit by documenting it on your phone, and turn more of your attention toward engaging with patients.
Report on quality by sending C-CDA documents. Prevent medication errors by streamlining medication and allergy reconciliation. Give tribal members access to a patient health record (PHR) system, where they can find their own data.
After the visit
Automatically handle tribal health split billing. Simplify scrubbing, adjusting, and submitting your claims.
RCM Services and NextGen® Financial Suite
of medical practice income is lost due to improper billing
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