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Nexus EHR

A cloud-based, ambulatory EHR
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Nexus EHRProduct Overview

  1. About Nexus EHR
  2. Pros of Nexus EHR
  3. Cons of Nexus EHR
  4. Breakdown of core features

Nexus EHR product overview

Nexus EHR is a cloud-based ONC 2015 Edition certified EHR platform accessible on any device. It is capable of handling personalized templates for documentation of chart notes, histories, and medical documents. The interface is designed to be adaptable to practitioner’s needs,  including mechanisms like free typing, built-in voice to text capability, and use of complete medical dictation software like Dragon Medical. Nexus has worked with various practice structures that include single location practices, multi-location multi-specialty practices, and medical practices with independent clinic locations.

Users also have the option to integrate Nexus EHR with other medical platforms, especially third party practice management platforms. Their team is capable of developing interface for third-party platforms in a short time frame. They have experience using HL7 file transfer method, various APIs exposed by practice management platform, or using Nexus’s own API that can be integrated by practice management platform. Their team also provides required training through online sessions and unlimited access to training videos, frequently asked questions, and other training material.

Pros of Nexus EHR

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The intuitive navigation is designed to reduce screen time by up to 30 percent. The platform is also designed for rapid encounters. There are no additional fees for staff users.

Cons of Nexus EHR

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Some users report occasional slowness or glitching between patients but are still otherwise happy with the product.

Breakdown of core features

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Nexus EHR is a cloud-based ONC 2015 Edition certified EHR platform. It can be used across different practice locations and allows practitioners to use the platform from any device, including tablets.


Nexus EHR is integrated with many leading practice management platforms in the market. Their team can also work with your practice to integrate third-party platforms in a variety of ways.


An implementation team will help you get your team set up in Nexus EHR, including helping with templates and configuration. Once set up, you can continue to access training videos and FAQs.


  • Allergy and Immunology
  • Bariatrics/Obesity
  • Cardiology
  • Dermatology
  • Endocrinology
  • Family Medicine
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Practitioner
  • Geriatric
  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology/Neurosurgery
  • Orthopedics/Sports Medicine
  • Pain Management
  • Physical Therapy/Rehab
  • Podiatry
  • Psychiatry (Outpatient)
  • Pulmonology
  • Rheumatology
  • Sleep medicine/center
  • Surgery
  • Urgent Care
  • Vascular/Phlebology

(Last updated on 02/02/2022 by Marshall Bright)

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  • Online Documentation Templates
  • Scanning & eFax
  • Document Management
  • DCIOM Imaging
  • e-Prescribing
  • Referrals
  • Calendars
  • Contact Management
  • Encounter Documentation
  • Medical Histories
  • MU/MIPS Reports
  • Tasks
  • Secure Messaging
  • Medical Calculators
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  • $300 Per Month Per Provider for Base EHR Module
  • No additional fees for staff users
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