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Free your practice from excessive paper and electronic documents

Get valuable healthcare data extracted from electronic and paper sources—by a centralized document management team. Within 24 hours, documents are filed in the patient chart, and clinical information is entered as discrete data in the EHR.

Benefits of NextGen Document Management
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Fast results
Within 24 hours, documents are filed in the patient chart in the EHR; clinical content is entered as discrete data; quality measures are updated, and items requiring review or further action are sent back to your office staff.
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Significant time savings
Each day, providers can expect to save approximately 20 minutes, and support staff members can expect to save about two hours—based on historical utilization of similar healthcare document management services.
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Greater clinical efficiency
Document management makes access to clinical information faster and easier. For example, orders can be closed once results are made accessible in the EHR—this helps prevent unnecessary tests and procedures.
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Less stress
Document management offers physicians relief from stress caused by searching for documents and more time to devote to self-care and family and friends. It can help alleviate physician burnout.
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Better documentation
Documentation is more thorough and accurate. The right data is available in the right place. Timely data collection and reporting helps supports timely, steady cash flow, thereby helping to ensure financial viability
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Dedication to accuracy
The team checks each document carefully for errors, missing information, and items that require further action. Questionable items are sent back to your office staff via tasking. Regular audits reinforce accuracy.


How NextGen Clinical Document Abstraction works

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Assembly of content
Electronic documents that arrive through e-faxing are delivered to a centralized folder on your practice’s system. Paper documents are gathered, scanned, and sent to the same folder.
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Automated delivery
The contents of your centralized folder are sent automatically to our document management team—delivery is programmed using the NextGen Background Business Processor.
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Centralized data entry
Based on your directions, the team may file documents in the EHR, collect data and enter it, update quality measures, or reach out with questions.
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Quality assurance
The document management team checks for errors, missing information, or items that require further action. Quality audits are performed regularly.

The results speak for themselves

NextGen Healthcare takes pride in how our solutions help practices like yours deliver better healthcare outcomes. We are almost as proud of the recognition we’ve received for our contribution.