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Ciox Health Teams Up with NextGen Healthcare to Streamline Record Retrievals

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 13, 2018--Ciox, a technology-driven healthcare company, is partnering with Quality Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: QSII), known to its clients as NextGen Healthcare, to boost the efficiency of medical record release. The partnership, initially focused on providing a deeper integration for health plan requests, will help lay the foundation for further use of advanced technologies in the way health information is exchanged.

A new joint service, Ciox Clinical Extract Service with NextGen Share, allows Ciox and NextGen Healthcare to automate electronic transmission of medical information on behalf of Ciox’s health plan customers. The service will significantly reduce the number of faxes and phone calls required for information retrieval, while improving the speed of delivery.

“As two organizations squarely committed to powering effective healthcare delivery, Ciox and NextGen Healthcare are well positioned to bring increased innovation and efficiency,” says Jonathan Arkin, Ciox’s vice president of business development. “Ciox Clinical Extract Service with NextGen Share represents an important step forward in how information is transmitted by drastically decreasing the role of manual work, with the goal of significantly reducing instances of human error.”

NextGen Healthcare’s technology, services, processes and people all work together to optimize the commitment to achieving the Quadruple Aim and transformation to value-based care. Its solutions, optimized by physicians, developed with input from our 90,000 providers, and based on almost 25 years of ambulatory expertise, help ease the burdens of HIT and enable practices to improve individual outcomes and nurture a healthier population. Ciox works with clients to manage, protect, and leverage health information to achieve operational improvements, optimized revenue, and better patient outcomes.

“This partnership enforces the impact our two organizations are poised to make in the current healthcare landscape,” says John Beck, chief solutions officer for NextGen Healthcare. “We look forward to bringing solutions that continually enhance and improve healthcare delivery and the overall patient/provider experience.”

About Ciox Health

Ciox, a technology-driven healthcare company, is dedicated to improving U.S. health decisions by ensuring vital health information is quickly and securely codified, abstracted and shared with the right people at the right time during the healthcare continuum. Through our expertise in release of information, record retrieval, clinical coding and abstraction, we improve the management and sharing of health information by modernizing workflows, facilitating access to clinical data, and improving the accuracy and flow of health information. With strong relationships and specialized expertise, we deliver the highest level of quality and process optimization to our partners, including three out of five U.S. hospitals, 140 health plans, and 16,000+ physician practices nationwide. Learn more about Ciox and our unique solutions by visiting www.cioxhealth.com. Ciox is also on Twitter and LinkedIn.

About Quality Systems, Inc.

Quality Systems, Inc., known to its clients as NextGen Healthcare, provides a range of software, services, and analytics solutions to medical and dental group practices. The company’s portfolio delivers foundational capabilities to empower physician success, enrich the patient care experience, and enable the transition to value-based healthcare. Visit www.qsii.com and www.nextgen.com for additional information.

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