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.
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:
Giving your patients the attention they deserve while still regularly and reliably reporting performance measures can be difficult. Robin Ntoh, Nextech's Senior Professional Services Consultant, provides tips to achieve the perfect balance between value based-care and quality reporting in Physicians Practice.
With so many new reporting and analytics solutions on the market it can be difficult to find out what suits your practice the best. This article by Robin Ntoh, Nextech's Senior Professional Services Consultant, explores why it's important to find the perfect solution, what to look for when implementing them and how to ensure an optimal return on investment for your practice.
It is clear that value-based care is still health care organizations' top priority. Technology such as an EMR, Patient Portals and an Operation Management Solution, can ensure your practice is keeping up with current trends that remold the health care landscape.
Among EHR adopters, the notion of one-size-doesn’t-fit-all has reached its tipping point with many specialty physicians opting for EHR technology that is unique to their area of expertise rather than making an EHR system do something it was never intended to do. Nextech CEO and President David Henriksen explains how physicians can leverage the benefits of a specialty solution to better equip them to meet Stage 2 Meaningful Use criteria. Read More at EHR Intelligence