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AmericanEHR Partners release survey data results showing EHR
vendor and product adoption
PHILADELPHIA, May 18, 2015 -- A new report from AmericanEHR
Partners based on a survey of nearly 1,400 clinicians suggests that
the electronic health records (EHR) marketplace for large practices
is focused on a narrower selection of products in contrast to the
larger variety of EHR systems being used in small practices.
AmericanEHR Partners provides comprehensive information to
support clinicians in the selection and use of EHRs to improve
health care delivery. It was founded by the American College of
Physicians (ACP) and Cientis Technologies.
"Top 10 EHR Market Share Report 2014" looked at the market share
of EHR vendors and products. The survey found that 60 percent of
responses from practices with 26 or more clinicians were from users
of only 10 different EHR products. In contrast only 51 percent of
responses from practices with one to three clinicians were from
users of 10 EHR products.
"The report found that responses from practices with 26 or more
clinicians rated 96 different EHR products, meaning that the 40
percent of practices that used an EHR product other than the top 10
were spread out among 86 different vendors," said Shari M.
Erickson, MPH, Senior Vice President of ACP's Division of
Governmental Affairs and Medical Practice. "The key finding is that
data shows that larger practices tend to be more focused on the
The survey data also breaks down responses by the total market
share by EHR vendor and by EHR product. The dominant vendors among
respondents were Epic Systems Corporation with 14 percent of the
market and Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc., with 9 percent.
The most used products were EpicCare Ambulatory EMR with 12 percent
of the market; eClinicalWorks with 8 percent; and Practice Fusion,
NextGen Ambulatory EHR, & Cerner Millennium PowerChart
PowerWorks all tied for third place with 6 percent of the market.
Data were collected between January 1, 2013 and November 6,
The market share findings broken down by practice size find
For more information about the report, visit www.americanehr.com/research/reports/.
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AmericanEHR Partners is a free online resource designed to aid
the medical community with the selection, implementation, and
effective use of health information technology and electronic
health records. AmericanEHR Partners was founded by the American
College of Physicians and Cientis Technologies and is supported by
16 medical societies and five health IT organizations with a
combined membership of more than 720,000 clinicians, representing
over 65 percent of physicians in the U.S. It does not endorse any
electronic health record vendor. For more information on
AmericanEHR Partners, visit www.americanehr.com.
Cientis Technologies is an international developer of online
communities, web-based tools and apps to assist clinicians and
their medical practice teams achieve optimal use of health care
information technologies (HIT). Cientis conducts syndicated
research to provide clinicians, health care consultants, policy
makers, pharma, technology professionals and consumers with key
insights surrounding health care technology adoption, satisfaction
and market share. For more information on Cientis, visit www.cientis.com.