Nextgen EHR Guide

Disclaimer: Behavioral Information Systems, LLC is an independent consultant and we work often with many EHR systems. We do not endorse or exclusively work with any one EHR. The information on this page is provided directly from the system’s marketing website unless otherwise noted.

Electronic health records (EHR)

Our NextGen® Enterprise software technology and solutions accommodate the unique needs of ambulatory practices of all sizes. Our EHR solutions help you coordinate your patients’ care and comply with healthcare reform demands like Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) requirements, population health needs, and other value-based care initiatives.

A true partnership

Through our ongoing commitment to your practice, our team helps you better navigate today’s complex, changing healthcare landscape and achieve your fullest potential. We know you have an array of choices when it comes to EHR vendors, but we are a solutions provider that offers all of the capabilities and support you need to focus on what matters most—your patients.

Value-based success

Our electronic health records software technology meets industry standards and features clinical content, interoperability, and population health capabilities you need to achieve practice transformation for PCMH or successfully participate in alternative payment models (APMs).

Specialty focus

Our specialty EHR software content fits your workflow, meeting the unique needs of your practice, and addressing the challenges you face every day―from changing reimbursement models to specialty reporting demands.

Enhanced interoperability

Our EHR solutions enable and ease data exchange with patients, providers, payers, health registries, and other organizations.

Streamlined charting

Our nimble, intuitive clinical solutions allow you to chart within our electronic health records software quickly and easily, so you can focus on caring for your patients.

Patient engagement

Our solutions help improve patient engagement, keeping them coming back.

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