Solutions tailored to your OB-GYN needs
Working with NextGen Healthcare, you can choose from integrated women's health and OB-GYN EHR and practice management software solutions specially designed to support your practice.
Know and understand the difference between women's health and OB-GYN electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs)
Before the visit
Send well-woman appointment reminders to patients, while pointing out to bring their referral paperwork. By making sure they do not miss appointments, potentially save $150,000 yearly.
Check patients in faster, with fewer clicks, improving their experience with your practice. View the patient's responses to queries on family history, medications, and menstruation. Securely transfer completed interviews and questionnaires to the patient record.
During the visit
Dictate and record the well-woman visit as it happens. Finish documenting your case by your next patient's appointment. Save time spent on documentation with these capabilities.
Send culture results back to the referring provider—integrated interoperability allows you to do it in real time. View clinical data and your schedule on your phone.
After the visit
Give patients support in better managing their health, through patient education on women's health, clinical OB-GYN results, payment options, and other information. Securely send it online, as 68% of patients prefer interacting with medical practices this way.
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