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A two-year market analysis of the EHR industry is carried out from newly released 2013 federal data. This 118-page comprehensive document is intended to be a reference manual for those who want a detailed understanding of the EHR industry. Consultants, vendors, investors, journalists and students will find this to be an important resource in viewing the landscape of the Electronic Health Record industry, both among hospitals and also ambulatory users.
With two years of the EHR Incentive program now at hand, the impact of EHR usage in healthcare can be followed. Growth and adoption of electronic technology can be seen, and shifts in the relative footprints among EHR vendors can be tracked. Vendor switching between program years can also be studied, as well as participation drop-off from one year to the next. The policy, vendor, and investor implications of these trends is reviewed.
Market analysis of the EHR industry is compiled from 2011 Meaningful Use data. This 116-page comprehensive document is intended to be an indispensable resource for those who want a detailed understanding of the current state of the EHR industry – consultants, vendors, and investors will find this an important reference manual as they view the competitive landscape of Electronic Health Records (both ambulatory and hospital).
Overall EHR usage among ambulatory clinicians and hospitals are detailed. Each vendor is examined for total Meaningful Use attestation success, and compared to others in terms of size of footprint, as well as geographic market distribution.
NOTE: this research project has now been subsumed by a newer analysis based on updated data. Its price now reflects is archival use, for comparison purposes.