In an article published by MedCity News, Nextech VP of Regulatory Courtney Tesvich analyzes how healthcare providers can navigate the complexities of HIPAA compliance. She emphasizes a strategy that includes efficient processes, continuous training, technological innovation, and proactive engagement with regulatory bodies.
Nextech's in-depth article on the five generations of aesthetics patients has been published in Beauty Wire Magazine. The report covers the silent generation, baby boomers, Gen X, millennials, and Gen Z. Nextech closely reviews each generation's preferred aesthetic treatments, communication methods, advertising channels, and other categories of interest to owners and administrators of aesthetics-focused clinics.
Nextech has been recognized as one of The Top 100 Healthcare Technology Companies of 2023 by The Healthcare Technology Report.
We are thrilled to announce that Nextech has been honored with The Aesthetic Awards Best Practice Management Company for 2023! In winning the award, Nextech is recognized as an influential company implementing innovative solutions that are helping advance the art and science of aesthetics.
Nextech is among the winners in the 18th Annual 2023 Globee® Awards for Information Technology. Nextech was named the Gold Globee Winner in the IT Solutions for Healthcare category for its efforts toward achieving ONC Health IT Cures Update Certification with its specialty-specific EHR and Practice Management solutions.
In order to improve the patient experience and reduce provider burnout, Nextech's Vice President of Aesthetics, Robin Ntoh, writes that specialty practices must rely on process improvements and technologies:
ASOA President-Elect and CEO of Bowden Eye Associates, Patti Barkey, writes about how choosing the right technology partner can help you remain compliant in the new year.
Nextech client, Bowden Eye & Associates' CEO, Patti Barkey, was interviewed by HealthLeaders’ revenue cycle editor, Amanda Norris, on how their revenue cycle is working to thrive under economic pressure and stay patient-centered in the process. Listen to the interview below or on the HealthLeaders website.