Reinventing the Relationship of the Clinician and the EHR
NextGen Healthcare, Inc. , the leading provider of ambulatory-only technology solutions, announced it is offering a free version of NextGen Mobile to NextGen Enterprise clients, a provider-facing solution accessible on any iOS or Android device that allows physicians and care team members to provide care from a phone or tablet. Built on a cloud-based platform, NextGen Mobile Workflow flexibly and seamlessly unlocks access to multiple EHR systems and new levels of documentation and care coordination.
“NextGen Mobile is an example of how we are partnering with our clients to enable their practice transformation by improving the physician experience which directly improves practice performance and patient satisfaction.”
The base version of the application NextGen Mobile Workflow enables providers and care givers to complete high-impact workflows that apply to inside and outside the office, specific to clinical documentation, e-prescribing, scheduling and secure communication. NextGen Mobile delivers high functioning end-to-end capabilities such as clinical image capture and voice-enabled documentation, as well as advanced virtual scribe and team-based care coordination through secure texting and collaboration.
“NextGen Mobile Workflow helps combat physician burnout, improve practice efficiency and increase clinician/patient face time,” said Betty Rabinowitz, MD, FACP, Chief Medical Officer for NextGen Healthcare. “NextGen Mobile is an example of how we are partnering with our clients to enable their practice transformation by improving the physician experience which directly improves practice performance and patient satisfaction.”
On average, physicians who use NextGen Mobile Solutions spend 12 fewer hours each month on documentation than those who only use the desktop version, and 90% of the documentation work is completed before 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, eliminating the after-hours administrative burden.
“For providers to have easy access to patient charts – to determine allergies, medications being taken – regardless of whether they’re at home or on call is powerful,” said Rob Gregory, Vice President of Operations at Karing Hearts Cardiology in Johnson City, Tenn. “NextGen Mobile gives you the ability to do it all in one user-friendly system and not have to find a computer, log in and go through four layers of security. NextGen is more than a vendor – they’re a truly engaged and committed partner.”
NextGen Mobile goes beyond an app on a device – it’s a pervasive technology that is driving the transformation of ambulatory care by enabling frictionless end-to-end workflows and intelligence at and around the moments of need. Furthermore, it is unlocking enhanced access to information across disparate EHR systems, benefiting providers and patients alike.