Nexus EHR software


3 reviews(5.0/5)
3 reviews(5.0/5)

Nexus EHR is an ONC 2015 Edition certified cloud-based ambulatory EHR. It is designed for small to midsize practices and a variety of specialties including orthopedics, neurology, podiatry, cardiology, general surgery, pain management, family medicine, etc.

Key features include patient charting, e-prescribing with EPCS, lab integration, document management including online scanning and online document/forms templates, DICOM imaging, e-fax and self-service capabilities for patient information.

Nexus EHR can be tailored to practice needs with customizable templates. Users can choose from various ways of documenting chart notes with tools such as customizable templates, free text, voice-to-text and traditional transcription.

Supported Operating System(s):
Mac OS , Web browser (OS agnostic) , Windows 10

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  • Nicole from Revere Health

    Specialty: Endocrinology

    June 2016

    A Rare and great find!

    Ease-of-use
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    Pros

    I like the way the charts are set up. This allows me to easily navigate between patients and all of their information in a timely manner for the doctor.

    Cons

    Scheduling can be a little bit finnicky and requires constant 100% attention (this means putting the patient on hold on the phone to ensure that every step has been followed through and no mistakes are made.)

  • Tiffany from Fortanasce & Associates Neurology

    Specialty: Neurology / neurosurgery

    May 2016

    Nexus has been wonderful!

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
    Support
    Pros

    Nexus has been wonderful for our office. I do the bulk of EHR data entry and sign-off for the doctors as our office is still on a hybrid model with the MDs using paper charts. Nexus has served its function quite well. It's user-friendly.

    Cons

    Nothing to specify. Service: Nexus Support team has been fantastic in customer support.

  • George from Fort Worth Brain & Spine Institute, LLP

    Specialty: Neurology / neurosurgery

    April 2016

    All EHRs should be like Nexus's philosophy

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
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    Pros

    When I was tasked with finding a new EHR, I was dreading it. All the Staff was complaining about the current EHR but no one wanted to learn a newer system. Also as I dug into it more it was going to be super complicated to move all our existing data. It seemed like an impossible task. Lastly my requirement of on any platform any where, seemed crazy to any company I talked to, until I found Nexus. I learned very quickly they were not like other EHRs and were willing to listen to what I had to say and work with me to find solutions. They even help us find a solution with moving our records from our 2 previous systems into Nexus. They provided excellent training for the staff and the Physicians. When the switch day came we ran into problems but Nexus was there to help and even provide new solutions to unforeseen problems. So I went from a previous EHR which was hard to work with , next to no communication with them, and locked to our physical office, to Nexus which can customize to our needs, communicates with us as much as we want, ubiquitous accessibility, and new powerful features like a built in PACS for less than the cost of upgrading our previous system. The best part about Nexus is its continuous effort to grow by listening to suggestions from its customers. It just keeps getting better and better.

    Cons

    Nexus has been excellent in all aspects as per our requirements, there is no such area of least liking.

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