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Nextech Blog

3 Ways to Use Technology to Engage Patients

Communicating with patients outside of periodic care visits is critical to improving their long-term health. Frequent interactions can keep people on track with care plans, ensure they attend...

Cohesive Technology Drives Improvement

As specialty practices begin to embrace value-based care models, many providers are considering technology that allows them to better capture information about the patient encounter, streamline...

Tackling Denials: Leveraging Technology to Be More Proactive

Many specialty providers wrestle with denials. For example, ophthalmology practices have one of the highest denial rates—weighing in at nearly 13 percent. If left unaddressed, denials can translate...

Revenue Cycle Management 101: 3 Key Focus Areas

There are numerous external factors that can impact a specialty practice’s ability to remain financially strong—shrinking payer reimbursements, evolving regulatory requirements and the exploding...

Still Sitting On the eRx Fence? It’s Time to Get Down!

The rise in drug overdose deaths since the turn of the century has captured the attention of government agencies and lawmakers alike. The greater availability of opioids has been accompanied by...

Report: Consumer use of healthcare technology trending upward

All this talk about EHR adoption, but consumers and patients aren't missing out on using healthcare technology either. According to a report from The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, 22 percent...

Tech Trends in Healthcare: Wearables

In the second quarter of 2015, wearables tech company Fitbit saw its sales revenue more than triple to $400 million, up from $113 million in the same quarter last year.  This upward trend in the...