Ophthalmology solutions tailored to your needs
Working with NextGen Healthcare, you can choose from integrated ophthalmology EHR and practice management software solutions specially designed to support your practice.
Understand the difference between ophthalmology electronic health records (EHRs) and electronic medical records (EMRs)
Before the procedure
Send cataract surgery appointment reminders to patients while notifying them to bring their referral paperwork. In turn, help patients make their appointments—and save up to $150,000 a year.
View the patient's responses to clinical queries. Securely include completed consent forms and questionnaires in the patient record. Take care of these and other tasks while reducing clicks and check-in time, improving workflow and patient satisfaction.
During the procedure
Conveniently dictate the eye surgery on your mobile device, staying productive with freedom from the need to navigate and type directly into an EHR system. Save enough time to leave the office with your last patient.
Send procedure documentation back to the referring provider using integrated interoperability, which transmits it in real time. Quickly view your schedule and patient data on your phone.
After the procedure
Support patients in better managing their health by sending them ophthalmic educational materials, surgical results, and payment information. Use the internet to send them, as 68% of patients prefer interacting with medical practices online.
RCM Services and NextGen® Financial Suite
of medical practice income is lost due to improper billing
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