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Brevium Completes Software Integration with Nextech’s New Practice+ Practice Management System

Integration Continues and Expands a Large Set of Medical Practices for Brevium to Serve

Brevium, an innovative SaaS company in the Healthcare Technology sector, known for its data-driven approach and software that provides superior clinical and financial results for medical practices by optimizing the patient appointment lifecycle, announced that it has extended the integration of its software with one of the premier electronic practice management systems in the US, Nextech.

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In most medical practices, thousands of patients are lost to recall, or are overdue for care, through cancellations, no-shows, ignoring recall notices or leaving the practice without establishing an appointment. This results in decreased revenue, increased costs to acquire new patients for the practice and reduced quality of care for patients. While Brevium has had an integration with Nextech for a number of years, the expansion of this integration to include Nextech’s newest practice management, Practice+, insures all Nextech customers will be able to seamlessly use Brevium’s software to identify lost and overdue patients and bring them back to the practice through a variety of automated methods, a process known as patient reactivation.

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“We’ve had a close partnership and integration of Brevium’s patient reactivation software with Nextech for quite some time,” said Brett Gerlach, founder and President of Brevium. “We are excited to further expand that relationship with the launch of this Practice+ integration that will allow both companies’ customers to benefit from Brevium’s patient reactivation capabilities. Nextech has been world-class to work with and we’re excited to continue to cooperate closely with them to serve our common customers.”

“We are excited about this new expansion of our integration with Brevium, which will now provide their innovative solutions to all our practice management customers,” said Wyn Partington, Nextech’s Chief Revenue Officer. “With this additional integration, Nextech’s practice management clients can enjoy the revenue-improving rewards of Brevium.”

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