NextGen Healthcare Selected by T-System to Bolster Revenue Cycle

Agreement leverages single platform to standardize practice management automation for T-System’s emergency department billing services

NextGen Healthcare Selected by T-System to Bolster Revenue Cycle

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., a wholly owned subsidiary of . (NASDAQ: QSII) and a leading provider of healthcare information systems and connectivity solutions, announced today that , will deploy to help drive revenue cycle management billing for its clients, which span across the U.S.

T-System, a leader in clinical, business and IT solutions for emergency care, last year introduced its new revenue cycle outsourcing services offered through the solution to its emergency physician and hospital clients. Leveraging a transactional-based business model, T-System will deploy NextGen Practice Management across its customer base to standardize technology platforms and bolster the value of its service.

Operating from this single platform will allow T-System to deliver consistent, high-impact results while leveraging the most advanced technological capabilities available to optimize revenue for the physicians and hospitals it supports. Specifically, NextGen Practice Management will help automate complex billing requirements and centralize billing, collections and other business processes.

Under the agreement, NextGen RCM Services will implement the NextGen Practice Management solution for T-System. Capitalizing on the revenue cycle management expertise of NextGen RCM Services will result in a customized platform that meets T-System’s specific needs and ensures system optimization along with greater, faster reimbursement.

“T-System’s RevCycle+ solution is unique because it goes beyond basic billing and coding services – we consider how to optimize the entire revenue cycle,” said Mikael Öhman, chief operating officer for T-System, Inc. “We leverage our deep ED clinical and operational experience to deliver expert services driven by the most advanced technology available. This technology allows us to reduce manual processes and eliminate errors.”

“Our new relationship with T-System opens doors for NextGen Healthcare in the emergency department billing arena, a fast-growing segment. Additionally, having our RCM experts lead the charge to craft the ideal platform on behalf of T-System will help them maximize the use of the technology and will reap better, faster reimbursements for their clients. This partnership demonstrates to the marketplace our flexibilities and capabilities in customizing our solutions and strengthening client relationships to help foster their continued success,” said Steve Plochocki, president and chief executive officer for Quality Systems, Inc.

T-System, Inc. advances the practice of emergency medicine with solutions proven to solve clinical, financial, operational and regulatory challenges for hospitals and urgent care clinics. Approximately 40 percent of the nation's emergency departments leverage T-System solutions to provide an unmatched patient experience. Through gold-standard documentation, revenue cycle management, and performance-enhancing solutions, T-System optimizes care delivery from the front door through discharge and beyond. Today, more than 1,900 hospitals rely on T-System solutions. For more information, visit . Follow on Twitter, or become a on Facebook.

NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc., provides integrated clinical, connectivity and financial solutions, including revenue cycle management services for ambulatory, inpatient and dental provider organizations. For more information, please visit and . Follow NextGen Healthcare on Twitter at , Facebook at or LinkedIn at .

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