5 / 5 4 reviews

Who Uses This Software?

Physician and Hospital Practices, Autism centers, also have billing service where we provide software as part of the service.

Average Ratings

4 reviews
  • 5 / 5
  • 5 / 5
    Ease of Use
  • 5 / 5
    Customer Service
  • Features
  • Value for Money

Product Details

  • Starting Price
  • Free Version
  • Deployment
    Installed - Mac
  • Training
    In Person
    Live Online
  • Support
    24/7 (Live Rep)
    Business Hours

Vendor Details

  • Nexsyis
  • Founded 1997

About This Software

All-In-One integrated medical management software solution for use in any size medical practice or clinic, group practice, or Autism Centers. Includes scheduling, billing, medical records, E-Prescribing, patient portal, and a fully integrated financial package, as well as reporting that can be tailored to your practice, clinic, or center. Medical records include custom templating specific to your specifications. Billing is electronic and includes guarantor billing.

  • Activity Monitoring
  • Admissions Management
  • Appointment Management
  • Appointment Reminders
  • Appointment Scheduling
  • Assessment & Treatment Plans
  • Assessments
  • Billing & Invoicing
  • Billing Estimates
  • Charge Capture
  • Charting
  • Claim Scrubbing
  • Claims Management
  • Clinical Notes
  • Code & Charge Entry
  • Code Processing
  • Custom Bundles
  • Decision Support
  • E-Prescribing
  • E/M Coding
  • EDI
  • EHR Certified
  • EMR / EHR
  • Electronic Health Record
  • Exercise Management
  • HIPAA Compliant
  • HL7 Support
  • Handwriting Recognition
  • Inpatient / Residential
  • Insurance Eligibility Verification
  • Insurance Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Meaningful Use Certified
  • Multi-Location
  • Multi-Office
  • Multi-Physician
  • Multi-Provider Practice
  • ONC-ATCB Certified
  • Order Entry
  • Outcome Assessments
  • Patient Account Management
  • Patient Billing
  • Patient Eligibility Checks
  • Patient Payment History
  • Patient Portal
  • Patient Records
  • Patient Registration
  • Patient Scheduling
  • Payment Processing
  • Personnel Management
  • Physician Scheduling
  • Practice Management
  • Progress Notes
  • Remittance Advice
  • SMS Messaging
  • SOAP Notes
  • Scheduling
  • Single Provider Practice
  • Statements & Collections
  • Treatment Plans
  • Vaccine Management
  • Voice Recognition

NEXconnex Latest Reviews

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Love the new Timeclock in NEXconnex

5 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Customer Support
Value for Money

Comments: We were using a standalone program (CKZ) that just wasn┬┐t very good. Had a lot of trouble with lockups, slow, and forced us to spend several hours a week manually tracking PTO, correcting punch mistakes, and getting the data into workable reports for our accountant. The new NEXconnex timeclock works flawlessly. It tracks sick and vacation time, and even calculates shift differentials. It also notifies you when employees are missing punches and self-corrects so that any missing punches do not mess up the remainder of the week. At the end of the pay period, it reports into a nice excel spread sheet for our accountant. We also use NEXconnex for scheduling, EHR and receivables. Great software, fantastic customer service!

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Great product, always updated, easy use, dependable and friendly support staff.

4 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Customer Support
Value for Money

Comments: The support staff is very accessible, and almost always has any issue resolved after the initial phone call. The way the patient insurance data is stored on the patient account by each exam is unique and very user friendly. They were pro-active for the ICD-10 transition doing all end-to-end testing, making the actual transition seamless. The clearinghouse they use will do electronic claims on most insurance companies that accept electronic claims and there is a whole lot of valuable information to capture.
The only "con" is the way you read the exam insurance history. It would be less confusing if it was all chronological instead of the insurance claims filed from the bottom up and the payments from the top down.