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Choosing the best EHR vendor can be one of the most important, difficult and confusing decisions physicians face. So knowing the choices that other physicians have made can add some valuable context around the decision-making process.
This information is part of a Medical Economics exclusive ranking of the top 100 EHR companies. (medicaleconomics.com/top-100-EHRs)
Choosing the right EHR vendor can be one of the most important, difficult and confusing decisions physicians face, particularly because the EHR market is so fragmented. So knowing the choices that other physicians have made can add some valuable context around the decision-making process.
SK&A has a contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide quarterly survey data to the federal government on EHR adoption and usage by physicians around the country. The company's reports are packed with lots of data that may be of interest to physicians and health IT enthusiasts, such as EHR adoption by specialty, region, practice size and patient volume.
Data from the company's latest report is based on telephone surveys more than 273,000 U.S. medical sites earlier this year.
Below is a list of the 10 most popular EHR systems for practices with between one and three physicians, ranked by market share in that category. (Hat tip to Brian Ahier's Advanced Health Information Exchange Resources blog.)
|6||McKesson Provider Technologies||3.8%|
|7||General Electric Healthcare IT||3.3%|