NextGen Ambulatory EHR is delivered on premise, and comes with installation assistance.
Group Practices, Hospitals & Health Systems, Small Practices
Blackstone Valley Community Healthcare, Ohio Heart & Vascular Center, Tallahassee Ear-Nose-&Throat, HMC Consolidated, California Rural Indian Health Board, Medical Advanced Pain Specialists, Capital Health Plan, Arizona Oncology Services
NextGen Ambulatory EHR is a medical software developed by NextGen Healthcare to provide hospitals and practices with tools to manage their information and data systems. NextGen Ambulatory EHR comes with implementation training and customer support, allowing users to adapt NextGen Ambulatory EHR around their specific EHR needs. Having specialized templates and workflow for over twenty-six medical specialties, NextGen Ambulatory EHR assists medical providers in streamlining their organization’s needs while focusing on the main aspects of patient care. NextGen Ambulatory EHR has many add-on applications, such as ePrescribing and mobile use. NextGEN Ambulatory EHR is 2011 CCHIT certified.
Based in Horsham, NextGen Healthcare was founded in 2001 and aims to fix the daily inefficiencies of regulation and data management found in medical practices. The organization is a leading developer in producing Practice Management and EHR software for medical and dental providers. NextGen aims to achieve the Gold Standard of Client Satisfaction by providing advanced and focused medical software. This provider also focuses mainly on the field of medicine in the health care industry. NextGen Healthcare seeks to help medical organizations achieve high revenue, adequate information and data management, and effective business growth. Several charities are actively involved with NextGen Healthcare, including Habitat for Humanity and Ronald McDonald House. NextGen Healthcare has recieved the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Places to Work award from the years 2007- 2009. The Forest Stewardship Council has also certified NextGen Healthcare as a “Green” company.