Cerner still owns the greatest market share for EHR, though smaller vendors are flourishing
In accordance to latest Kalorama report, Cerner still leads the market share for electronic health record (EHR) vendors in the USA, beating out key rivals Epic and Mckesson.
Market share of McKesson was second while Epic came in third. The positions were the same previous year.
Governments Could Save Millions In Medical Billing Mistakes through the Assistance of Indiana Company
In accordance to an Indiana company that has established software that finds errors made by humans, the city of Chicago and other governments could save millions in medical billing errors.
What AmeriVeri does, claimed Vince Fazio, the Plainfield base Director of Business Development, is find and cleanup errors.
According to the new survey from MGMA, medical practices have mixed approaches to analyzing and organizing their EHRs (electronic health records) data.
The MGMA survey found 31% said that they use their EHR analytics capabilities to the fullest extent; another 31% claimed that they deploy a combination of EHR analytics along with assistance from an external vendor partner; 22% said they utilize some of their EHR's analytic capabilities; and 5% said they depend on an external vendor.
EHR install of Vanderbilt University Medical Center will check financial mettle
In spite of having a powerful financial profile, Vanderbilt University Medical Center's $214 million rollout of a new EHRs (electronic health records) system is so huge that Moody's Investors Service is a little feeling difficult about it.
A renowned Information Technology (IT) consulting firm delivering Cyber Security, System Integration, and Management Consulting solutions, Enlightened Inc., declared today that it was awarded the CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) agreement in the Small Business pool.
• Medicare hospital reimbursement could lose $250 billion – or could even increase by $32 billion relying on the model – over a fifteen-year period under MACRA, in accordance to the new study in Health Affairs.
A centralized repository of public health agencies and clinical data registry has been developed recently by the CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) reporting to give a one-stop source of information for eligible professionals (EPs) and hospitals engaging in the EHR Incentive Programs.
In JAMA Internal Medicine, a new research seeks that adding Medicare fee schedules to electronic health record (EHR) systems of hospitals didn’t significantly affect the number of laboratory tests ordered by physicians.
According to the suggestion of new survey that isn’t the case in all countries, it would seem clear that any electronic health record (EHR) downtime or outage would pose an important threat to sufferer safety,
$6.25M has been Raised by Solv to Expand Same-Day Urgent Care Booking App platform
A San Francisco-based digital health startup, Solv, has raised $6.25 million in Series A funding supervised by Benchmark Capital for its same-day urgent care booking app platform. The round involved the involvement from Theresia Gouw of Aspect Ventures and Malay Gandhi of Ensemble Labs, formerly CEO of Rock Health. Solv plans to use the funding to open up its private beta to more sufferers and providers in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas, as well as expand to more cities and increase its team