10:46 am December 11, 2015
Cerner appears to garner more recognition and interest with healthcare providers outside the U.S. than any other health IT vendor, according to a new report by research firm KLAS.
10:14 am November 24, 2015
EHR implementation is on the rise in other countries and the market appears somewhat different than it does here in the United States.
10:03 am October 29, 2015
A survey of emergency department doctors and staff found widespread dissatisfaction with interoperability and usability in Emergency Department Information Systems.
08:57 am October 27, 2015
Veterans Affairs' long-standing electronic health record system is facing obsolescence and inhibiting interoperability, according to a report, and VA officials are scheduled to testify in front of a congressional committee likely to inquire about replacing it with a commercial EHR.
07:49 am October 20, 2015
The EHR Association takes issue with ONC's limited anecdotal claims and heterogeneous definition of information blocking.
09:31 am October 16, 2015
The new cloud-based platform rolls together analytics, big data, population health, telehealth tools and data from wearables into what the company's CEO said will set expectations for next-gen EHRs.
12:19 pm September 18, 2015
When we set out to survey Healthcare IT News readers about their electronic health record platforms, we expected they'd have a lot to say. And boy, did they ever. Responses were detailed, documenting specific problem areas and suggesting lots of ideas for improvement.
09:56 am September 03, 2015
Epic, Cerner and athenahealth were the only EHR vendors to post a gain in market in 2014. Moreover, competitors Epic and athenahealth alone held fast to their market share in 2014.
04:09 am August 21, 2015
Academic Medical Centers are facing mounting pressure to drastically alter their philosophy and approach to their mission while maintaining their brand via the clinical, teaching and research activities that have driven their reputation for years.
11:02 am August 20, 2015
Contrary to a spate of recent studies that show rising physician aggravation with EHR systems, another new poll shows majorities of large practices commending the "enhancements in functionality, service and innovation" of leading vendors.