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NextGen Practice Solutions to Support IASIS Technology Adoption and Continued Business Growth

January 17, 2012

NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc., and a leading provider of healthcare information systems and connectivity solutions, announced that it has entered into an agreement with IASIS Healthcare for the deployment of NextGen Practice Management and its full-service revenue cycle management (RCM) offering, NextGen Practice Solutions.
Under the agreement, IASIS will deploy these services across its network of 19 hospitals in seven states to drive best practice processes. NextGen Healthcare was selected by Franklin, Tenn.-based IASIS as they sought a new practice management offering to enhance existing financial and operational workflows. When searching for this solution, IASIS needed to quickly and effectively roll out a new system across its multi-state enterprise without compromising planned growth.

In addition, tight integration with the NextGen Ambulatory EHR was a key consideration, as IASIS is currently implementing the award-winning NextGen EHR technology for its affiliated physicians.

“NextGen Practice Management was selected based on its database capabilities as it can help us ensure that the right data is captured at the right time. The system also provides increased functionality around denial management, aging management and workflow tracking that will enable us to enhance our accounts receivable processes,” said Jay Simmons, director, physician information services for IASIS Healthcare. “NextGen Practice Solutions will play an integral role in deploying the technology as we take on such a large task in a short period of time.”

“Additionally, NextGen Healthcare solutions offer excellent support. Based on our experience with the NextGen Ambulatory EHR, the Company’s products are also tightly integrated and are continually updated to reflect the latest industry standards.”

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