Special report: The confusing, promising world of EMR/EHR

Rapport spécial : Confondre, monde prometteur d'EMR/HER

par Diana Bradley, Staff Writer | February 21, 2012
From the January/February issue of HealthCare Business News magazine


Over the next two years, the 20 percent growth anticipated in the EHR market will be a mix of newcomers and replacement of older technology, according to Giannilli. Usability will be a key factor in EHR’s success.

“Mobility will become a huge factor and next year, we believe the tablet will become critical at the point of care, while out-of-office mobile requirements on smartphones become commonplace,” Giannulli says.

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DOTmed Registered DMBN Feb. 2012 EHR/EMR Companies


Names in boldface are Premium Listings.

Sabas Rodriguez, Practice Fusion, San Francisco, CA

Brenda Stewart, Merge Healthcare, Chicago, IL

Kyle Christensen, Optuminsight, Eden Prairie, MN

Helen Titus, Carestream, Rochester, NY

Amy DeMarco, Henry Schein MicroMD,, Youngstown, OH

Jan Johnson, ADP AdvancedMD,, Salt Lake City, UT

International
Debora Smith, McKesson Corporation, Richmond, BC Canada

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