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Top 50 Most Popular Hospital Inpatient EHR Systems in US

December 1, 2017 - The wide range of hospitals and clinics across care settings and specialties investing in EHR technology have fostered a healthy amount of diversity in the inpatient EHR market. Enterprise EHR vendors such as Epic and Cerner continue to dominate the industry year over year, but small and specialty vendors can still hold their own. The gradual increase in EHR adoption among critical access...


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What Are the Top Hospital Ambulatory EHR Systems?

by Kate Monica

The ambulatory EHR market is crowded with a variety of product offerings from huge enterprise EHR vendors such as Cerner and Epic to smaller and specialty EHR companies including Pulse Systems and CPSI’s Healthland. Federal incentive programs...

Allscripts Expects Paragon EHR Success After Encouraging Quarter

by Kate Monica

Allscripts executives expect Paragon EHR to excel as an integrated EHR and revenue cycle management solution for community hospitals following its successful acquisition of McKesson’s Enterprise Information Solutions (EIS) business, according...

Epic Systems Expands CVS Health Partnership to Lower Drug Costs

by Kate Monica

Epic and CVS Health recently announced an initiative to lower drug costs for patients and improve health outcomes by offering prescribers lower cost alternatives to expensive medications. CVS will utilize Epic’s population health management...

Paragon EHR Users Split on Effects of Allscripts Acquisition

by Kate Monica

A new KLAS report found McKesson Paragon EHR system users are equally split on whether the Allscripts-McKesson acquisition will lead to real improvements for the software. KLAS surveyed McKesson Paragon users including hospital CIOs, directors,...

Surescripts, Allscripts Collaborate to Assist Hurricane Irma Victims

by Kate Monica

Surescripts and Allscripts have partnered to provide free access to patient-specific medication history data for pharmacists in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina for a limited time. The health information network and...

Allscripts Acquires NantHealth Patient Engagement Assets

by Kate Monica

Allscripts recently acquired NantHealth’s patient engagement assets following the release of the latter's second quarter financial results showing $70 million in losses. In addition to signing the agreement with Allscripts to sell its...

Top Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) Companies by Ambulatory, Inpatient Settings

by Kate Monica

In an age of overwhelming data access and rapid technological development, ensuring clinicians have the clinical decision support tools to sift through a sea of information to find what is most relevant to their patient’s needs is vital...

Allscripts Guilty of Deception in EHR Certification, Sales Fight

by Jennifer Bresnick

Two years after the controversial sunsetting of its MyWay EHR product, Allscripts Healthcare is still feeling the sting from unhappy stakeholders seeking to take the company to task for its dealings with its business partners and consumers. ...

Allscripts EHRs are now integrated into Arkansas HIE

by Jennifer Bresnick

Providers in the State of Arkansas who are using Allscripts EHRs now have the ability to connect quickly and easily to the State Health Alliance for Records Exchange (SHARE), the state-designated HIE.  The project hopes to encourage better...

Medfusion, Allscripts ending patient engagement partnership

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

The agreement between the EHR company Allscripts and patient portal company Medfusion is coming to an end as a result of payment disputes, according to a statement by the latter. Citing “unresolved payment disputes,” Medfusion has...

Where did EHR adoption show most growth among docs in 2013?

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

EHR adoption grew significantly in 2013 and small medical offices took the lead in terms of growth compared to other providers, according to an annual report published by SK&A. Practices from solo practitioners to five physicians showed the...

Will health information exchange enable data integration?

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Having an integrated health IT infrastructure allows a healthcare organization and its providers to streamline the flow of data from one department to the next. Not all health settings, however, find themselves in this situation. Either through...

Electronic medical records market to expand by 2017

by Nicole Freeman

The electronic health and medical record (EMR) market will see rapid growth in the next few years, with an estimated value of $17 billion in 2017, according to GlobalData, a research and consulting firm. In 2012, the market was valued at $10.6...

Former Allscripts accountant faces insider trading charges

by Jennifer Bresnick

Steven M. Dombrowski, former Director of Corporate Audits at Allscripts, is facing criminal and civil charges in Illinois related to alleged insider trading and an illegal profit of $286,000 using his wife’s securities trading account. ...

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by Kyle Murphy, PhD

The financial and technological situation at Allscripts Healthcare Solutions appears to be trending in the right direction, according to an investor presentation it delivered at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference 2014. The Associated Press is...

What does the CommonWell launch mean to a healthcare CIO?

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Since its initial launch at HIMSS13, the CommonWell Health Alliance has had many in the healthcare industry wondering when its next step toward true interoperability would take place. Speculation came to an end yesterday when the collaboration...

Greenway becomes latest to form EHR-analytics partnership

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

In order for current EHR technology and services to manage the health of population, they need to be able to scale and have the capacity to analyze large amounts of patient data. The latest to wed its EHR platform with healthcare analytics is...

Why disruption needs to be avoided in healthcare analytics

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Among health information technology developers, disruption is touted as a good thing. Among healthcare organizations and providers, it’s just the opposite. So it is with much caution and skepticism that hospitals and physicians must consider...

Is the EMR market in the US heading for the cliff?

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

The market for electronic medical record (EMR) systems in the United States appears to have reached its tipping point with the market expected to begin its decline in 2013, according to Millennium Research Group (MGR). In US Market for Electronic...

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