OSIS provides best-in-class NextGen hosting, with environments that are scalable, reliable, and completely secure. Our NextGen focus means that we understand the unique requirements health centers require so their patient-critical data is always available. In this post we will answer some frequently asked questions about our hosting services.
You're checking out a patient and scheduling a return visit, but the provider's schedule isn't set up for another year. What do you do? Recall Plans can assist your practice with scheduling return visits and tracking them within NextGen. We will cover what Recall Plans are and how to set them up in Practice Management.
Setting up Caries Risk Assessments
The Caries Risk Assessment module comes loaded with default questions that are presented to the user who is conducting an assessment (hygienist or dentist). An administrator can configure this list of questions as needed on the Caries Risk Assessment Configurations screen.
The NextGen Success Community is a great resource for NextGen users far and wide to find educational resources and trainings, vote on product enhancements, collaborate with other NextGen users, and stay up to date with industry news. Here, we will cover the different facets and give some best practices for how to navigate the Success Community.
Patient and provider safety is paramount when it comes to prescribing controlled substances. To ensure prescribing is safe and secure, NextGen EHR provides two features that assist with this - ePCS and PDMP.
In the days before Electronic Health Records, the way of exchanging patient information with one provider or practice was to fax it over. With the development of EHRs came health information exchanges (HIE). Exchanging information with providers or practices has become more secure, efficient, and faster with NextGen Share.
Congratulations! You've achieved PCMH recognition. But the work is far from over. What do you have to look forward to now? Annual Reporting! This can be a daunting task and it is important to know all the details. Here, we will cover exactly what NQCA PCMH Annual Reporting (AR) is, timeline and steps, review required vs. optional reporting elements, and more.