What Is NextGen Office?
NextGen Healthcare is a leading healthcare software and services company that empowers the transformation of ambulatory care. Our smart, electronic health record solutions - NextGen Office (1-10 physicians) and NextGen Enterprise (10+ physicians) - help ambulatory practices alleviate the burden of documentation, advance clinical outcomes, connect with other health systems, elevate provider and patient satisfaction, streamline the revenue cycle, and foster healthier communities.
Who Uses NextGen Office?
Ambulatory care practices of all sizes and the communities they serve
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NextGen Office Reviews for Indian Users
A Perfect NextGen Solution for Small Independent Practices
Comments: It is a great addition for our small independent polyclinic and we are quite happy with how it has increased our productivity.
What is most prominent is a User friendly design focused on registering the patient and updating his status.Hassle free alert system with analytics designed for all types of procedures.Support for the program is strictly within the US and they offer hands on authentic support.
It was overwhelming the redundant amount of features they have available which may take a while to sift through and fully adapt.It is not very customizable and felt a little flimsy in that department.
family physician review
Comments: I'm overall happy. Every EHR system has its pros and cons, but I believe Nextgen Office has a very good combination of ease of use and overall cost.
It is very easy to complete my notes at the time of examination of the patients
whenever an upgrade or maintenance is completed over a weekend, many times we run into problems coming back to work on that Monday. For examples, slowness, screen freezes up, etc. The latest incident was this past weekend. It was eventually corrected on the Monday, but it slows us down.
NextGen Office, still a leader in patient/physician communication!
Comments: I am generally pleased with NextGen Office. Like any EHR system, it has its advantages and disadvantages, but I find that NextGen Office strikes a good balance between user-friendliness and cost-effectiveness.
One of its strong points is the ease with which I can complete patient notes during examinations.
The only downside I've encountered is related to system upgrades or maintenance performed over weekends. This sometimes leads to issues like slowness and screen freezes when we return to work on Mondays. The most recent incident occurred this past weekend but was eventually resolved on Monday, albeit causing some delays.
Difficult EMR to use, even more difficult to get rid of - Poor customer service, poor tech support
Do your research before purchasing this EMR, because once you sign up with them, it is very difficult to get rid of it. They make it very difficult to sever the ties with them, and costly to obtain your patients' records and will continue to charge you if you have authorized them to withdraw the monthly subscription from your credit card, which might be related to the lack of communication between their different departments, but nevertheless amounts to harassment and lots of time wasted disputing those withdrawals with your bank.
I also got charged twice in 1 month last year, and still waiting for a response from their accounting department to get a refund for the overcharge (despite multiple emails)
If you use their efax service, make sure you get a list of efaxes you have received to verify the overage fees they charge you (so far they have not sent me the list of efaxes and continue to charge me for overage each month despite the fact I have canceled my services)
My biller felt the practice management/billing side of meditouch/NextGen office was about average but the issues with the EMR made this product impossible and ended up switching EMR
I started my subscription with meditouch/Health fusion, later changed name to NextGen office. The software is a billing platform with an EMR tacked on to it. I had used various EMRs during residency and in a group practice and this is the absolute worst product, most rigid software with lots of clicks and not user-friendly. Just reviewing a lab result is a hassle, needing to go in and out of the chart note, with numerous clicks in between. On several occasions, I noticed Meditouch glitching and chart associated with the labs belonged to another patient, therefore had to double check all the time, an issue that I had never encountered with any other EMR (EPIC, Cerner ambulatory, Praxis, even NextGen Enterprise etc.) Once the sales-person had sold the subscription to me he would not return my phone calls, and customer service was practically non-existent. Eventually got assigned a new contact person who was a lot more responsive but unable to solve any of the product related, customer service related or billing related issues. Eventually, I switched EMR, and canceled my subscription with NextGen and received a confirmation that my services were discontinued, but their billing department continued to charge my credit card on file. Make sure not to sign any authorization for the billing department to charge your credit card. In order to export my patients' data to my new EMR, NextGen wanted $ 5000. My new EMR (Praxis) transferred the data for a fraction of the price.
Comments: Its easy to use, and very organized and efficient
The Practice Management features are great, we have 2 locations and you can see both schedules with ease. Both offices are seperate but so easy to see
Its been buggy lately, and the server has not been sable causing slow downs, but its something that can be fixed and improved on