Pune, India, Feb. Since the past few years, in many countries, the adoption of electronic medical record is upsurging at a fast pace. It is occurring because of the realization of the masses that to gain top-quality care at lower costs, implementation of a robust health information technology HIT is extremely vital. EHR is used extensively in clinical applications, such as decision supports, results management, order entry and support, and health information and data.
US Hospital EMR Market Share 2020 Report
EHR market share 10 things to know about major players Epic, Cerner, Meditech & Allscripts
For its "U. This includes EHR market share data for acute care specialty hospitals and other specialty hospitals. The pandemic's effect on EHR contracting varied throughout , with 77 hospitals reporting an impact on their contract during the first quarter of the year. This number shrunk to 30 hospitals in the second quarter and gradually increased to 41 hospitals by quarter three. Epic now maintains nearly one-third 31 percent of the EHR market share , followed by Cerner at 25 percent, Meditech at 16 percent and Allscripts at 5 percent. Of the major vendors, Epic was the only EHR company to report a positive net change in acute hospital market share, up
Epic Dominates EMR Market Share Wars; Cerner Loses Ground
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Analysis By Mandy Roth April 30, EMRs are one of the most expensive investments made by hospitals and healthcare systems, and decisions about what vendor to use impact a broad range of operations. As health systems merge and consolidate, EMRs can play a key role in streamlining operations and creating greater efficiencies. The decrease is especially notable in terms of number of beds. The data comes from multiple sources, including publicly available information, thousands of conversations KLAS has with provider organizations, and vendors.