Psychiatric Practice Elevates Care
Terry D. Vinston, chief operating officer of Potomac Psychiatry describes how their growth of clinical and administrative staff and digital marketing strategy has fueled rapid growth. “We added doctors and office staff and grew exponentially. I wanted us to elevate our exceptional patient care using an EHR system.”
Healthy Feet Podiatry Hits Ground Running With Improved Patient Engagement Tools
“We needed an all-in-one solution that was approachable not only for our office but for patients as well,” said Heather Polson, office manager for Healthy Feet Podiatry. “Our goal was to increase patient numbers by improving our patient engagement capabilities.”
Foot & Ankle Specialists of the Woodlands Matches Growth with RCM Services
“I don’t think there’s anything I could ask of NextGen that they couldn’t produce orsort out. With most billing companies or billing entities, they kind of go after the low hanging fruit. One thing that the billing side has been able to do is continue to really fight for the money that we’ve earned—to fight for the money that we deserve to receive,” Dr. Vaclaw explained.
Friendswood Family Medicine Finds Their Next Generation EHR
After four months of reviewing nearly 50 EHR solutions, Dr. Orsak contacted the top five companies he felt were compatible with his clinical and financial vision. “NextGen Healthcare offered the only solution that met my needs. It literally is a next generation EHR. My office manager and I had an epiphany during the demo. ‘This is our next EHR!’”He made the decision that day to switch to NextGen® Office.
La Jolla Vein Care Embodies a Patient-Centered Approach
Some of the more popular out-of-the-box features of NextGen Office are the ability to refill medications online and conduct virtual visits. The virtual visits help Dr. Bunke continue to deliver care amid the COVID-19 crisis.“We’re completely patient-centered and customer service-oriented. We don’t overbook patients. All patients have at least 30 minutes; but we’re limiting patients so there aren’t too many in the office each day,” said Dr. Bunke.