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NextGen EHR Overview for Health Centers

From the NextGen website: NextGen Healthcare helps ambulatory care organizations transition to value-based care by empowering them to nurture measurably healthier patient communities at a lower cost. Our solutions, optimized by physicians, developed with input from our 90,000 providers, and based on almost 25 years of ambulatory expertise, help ease the burdens of HIT and enable practices to improve individual outcomes and nurture a healthier population.

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NACHC's NextGen User Group supports health centers that utilize NextGen EHR programs. This group provides a vehicle for health centers to meet and discuss common issues and best practices.

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Reviews and ratings from the American EHR website for interfaces, interoperability, certifications, templates, prescribing, support and maintenance, and other related functionalities.

A NextGen curated set of product demos, white papers, webinars, brochures, case studies, videos, data sheets and infographic resources for providers, administrators and IT staff.

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NextGen FAQs
QWhere can I find a NextGen User Group?
ANextGen maintains what it calls its Success Community where customers can gain access to support cases, knowledge resources and documentation. There is a NextGen user group maintained by NACHC as well that provides support for health centers.
QWhat is the current version of NextGen?
ANextGen Ambulatory EHR version 5.8.2 is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by ICSA Labs in accordance with applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
QWhat standard terminologies are currently supported?
ANextGen currently supports ICD-9, CPT-4, NDC, SNOMED-CT, and NCPDP.
QWhere do I find MU support for NextGen?
AThe NextGen website has a health reform section that includes information on Meaningful Use, PCMH, ACO, and MACRA. The website also includes guidance for Community Health Center reporting requirements (e.g., UDS)

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