The leadership of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is excited to offer The Community EHR Project because of the important role community physicians serve in the health and well-being of the children in our community.

Reasons to Participate

The EHR includes attributes such as expert local support, full system integration, implementation and hardware support, practice and technical support.

Management Service Plans

A successful EHR implementation starts with the Enterprise Practice Management (EPM) system. The EPM is fully integrated with the EHR making billing and workflow seamless.

The EPM is provided to you through one of four management service plans, each custom designed to fit your practice's needs.

Local support team provides your practice with a better experience

The Community EHR Project is locally supported by NextGen™ Certified Professionals (NCP). The services and expertise offered with the project are comprehensive – providing the guidance, training and support your team needs for a successful adoption and continued use of electronic health records. We carefully analyze your practice’s work flow and processes. This initial discovery work is a major part of a successful EHR adoption and among the first steps of the implementation process.

What Exactly is the Community EHR Project?

The Community EHR Project is offered by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to assist community physicians in the adoption of an Electronic Health Record system. As allowed by the Federal Stark Law EHR exceptions and Anti-Kickback statute, the subsidy is being offered to community physicians who are CHMC Medical Staff members. The Community EHR Project will provide a significant subsidy for the implementation, connectivity and support of Electronic Health Records by NextGen.

Why is Cincinnati Children's Offering This to Community Physicians?

The Community EHR Project is important because it is in line with the Vision of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center: “To be the leader in improving child health”. The leadership of Cincinnati Children’s sees this as an important opportunity to reach beyond the walls of the hospital with a meaningful, effective offering that will ultimately allow providers and staff more time to focus on quality patient care.

What is included with the Community EHR Project? 

  • EHR licenses
  • Connectivity
  • Training
  • Support