Tuesday, July 26, 2016

ONC releases data for top vendors used in EHR Incentive Program

Where did all that EHR incentive money go ?  What systems were most used to attain the goals of ONC?



figures are from 2011 and 2014



The top 10 certified health IT vendors for hospitals include Cerner, 1,029; Meditech, 953; Epic Systems, 869; Evident, 636; McKesson, 462; MEDHOST, 359; Allscripts, 235; Sunquest Information Systems, 200; FairWarning Technologies, 172; and Iatric Systems, 161.
The ranking, with full results, can be found here.
The top 10 certified health IT vendors reported by ambulatory healthcare professionals participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program include: Epic Systems, 83,673; Allscripts, 33,127; eClinicalWorks, 25,524; NextGen Healthcare, 19,676; GE Healthcare, 17,704; Cerner, 15,104; athenahealth 14,570; Greenway Health, 12,704; Practice Fusion, 8,523; and McKesson, 7,347.
The ranking, with full results, can be found here.


The top 10 certified health IT vendors for hospitals include Cerner, 1,029; Meditech, 953; Epic Systems, 869; Evident, 636; McKesson, 462; MEDHOST, 359; Allscripts, 235; Sunquest Information Systems, 200; FairWarning Technologies, 172; and Iatric Systems, 161.
The ranking, with full results, can be found here.
The top 10 certified health IT vendors reported by ambulatory healthcare professionals participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program include: Epic Systems, 83,673; Allscripts, 33,127; eClinicalWorks, 25,524; NextGen Healthcare, 19,676; GE Healthcare, 17,704; Cerner, 15,104; athenahealth 14,570; Greenway Health, 12,704; Practice Fusion, 8,523; and McKesson, 7,347.
The ranking, with full results, can be found here.
Many hospitals chose to develop their own proprietary systems. The three leading vendors are Epic, Cerner and McKesson.






ONC releases data for top vendors used in EHR Incentive Program | Health Data Management

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