An experienced community health software vendor. A premiere Omaha System vendor.
What We Do
Complete EHR charting for public health from intake to billing. Evidence-based outcomes. Scheduling. 100% time tracking.
Who We Serve
Specifically designed for public health customers, we serve local public health agencies, home care agencies, and schools of nursing across the country.
What Our Clients Say About Us
“We are able to view our outcome data because we have an EHR, Nightingale Notes, that is based on the Omaha System… We can accurately describe our population: number, age, ethnicity, education, poverty level, etc. This gives us a good picture of who we’re serving. We can also accurately describe our services. We can determine the frequency of problems, which are our most common problems, and where we place our major focus.”
“The support team has been wonderful! Just learning all the little billing things we are finding along the way has been an experience. We are very happy with Nightingale Notes and the entire process thus far… It is rare to find something that I am willing to promote! I am a picky person but Nightingale Notes has met all of our needs and more.”
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