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NextGen Healthcare recognized by Forbes as a Best Midsize Employer

Healthcare Technology Company Named to List for Third Consecutive Year

NextGen Healthcare, a leading provider of innovative healthcare technology solutions, has been named to Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers 2024, published today. This is the third consecutive win for the health-tech company, which has a remote workforce across the U.S. and India.

“It’s an honor to see our organization featured once again on Forbes’ annual list of America’s Best Employers,” said David Sides, CEO of NextGen Healthcare. “Our employees are the driving force behind our vision of better healthcare outcomes for all.”

“This repeat recognition is a testament that remote work can foster meaningful collaboration and yields tangible results,” said Donna Greene, executive vice president of human resources at NextGen Healthcare. “A heartfelt ‘thank you’ to all of our employees—their talent and commitment are the cornerstone of our success as an organization.”

In addition to a shared purpose of improving millions of lives each year through innovative healthcare technology, NextGen Healthcare offers U.S. team members volunteer time off, lifestyle spending accounts, mental and physical wellness benefits, and access to Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) that promote diversity and inclusion.

Presented by Forbes and Statista Inc., a leading statistics portal and industry-ranking provider, the list is based on an independent survey of more than 170,000 U.S. employees working for companies employing at least 1,000 people within the U.S. “Midsized” organizations are categorized as those with between 1,000 and 5,000 employees. To learn more about the ranking methodology, click here.

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