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NextGen Releases ChartMail

June 20, 2007
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NextGen Healthcare (Horsham, Pa.), a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems Inc. and a provider of healthcare information systems, has released ChartMail, an additional feature of its EMR application.

According to NextGen, this feature will enable providers to send health records, including data such as patient images, demographics, histories, lab results, allergies, diagnoses, and patient education documents, to patients or to other providers.

Providers accepting ChartMail records, either from another physician or directly via patients PHRs, can load the data into their EMR in standardized formats such as CCR (continuity of care record), CCD (continuity of care document), XML, and HTML, says the company.

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