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To assist you in evaluating EHR systems, ACP and Cientis Technologies developed AmericanEHR Partners. In collaboration with over 15 other medical societies, American EHR Partners is a free, web-based resource that provides an unbiased view of all available EHR/EMR systems. Using our tools, you will be better prepared to compare, implement and effectively use an EHR in your office. In addition, you have access to overall satisfaction data alongside Meaningful Use Attestation records for each EHR system.
You will find many interactive tools, educational materials, and podcasts to assist you and your staff, including:
- The EHR Readiness Assessment Tool: Helps assess a number of critical areas and gauges the effort and commitment required to make EHR adoption successful.
- EHR Comparison Engine & Rating System: Based on selected specialty and other search criteria, helps practices evaluate and compare products and user ratings.
- EHR Educational Newsletter: Sent biweekly provides the latest information on EHR/EMR systems.
- Specialty and Subspecialty society specific information and resources.
AmericanEHR Partners has developed several detailed reports that measure the performance and market share of healthcare technology (HIT) related software, hardware, and services. The reports are being published to help facilitate optimal decision making related to EHR systems. As an ACP member, you are eligible to receive a 25% discount off the list price for all published reports. Be sure to use the discount code "ACPMEM25" to receive your discount.
Top 10 EHR Market Share Report - 2014
This report identifies EHR market share by vendor and product within different sized clinics throughout the U.S. The report boasts 15 graphs and 14 charts which accurately identify EHR market share ranging from the solo practitioner to clinics with 25+ clinicians.
Mobile Usage in the Medical Space Report -
This report analyzes how physicians use mobile technology within their medical practice. It shows what smartphone features physicians are using and how often they use them. The frequency of smartphone activities are then broken down and compared between EHR and non-EHR users.
Tablet Usage by Physicians - 2013
The report analyzes how physicians are using tablet devices within the medical workspace and provides insights into how this technology is being used to improve patient care. The study reviewed the utility of these devices for physicians who have also adopted EHR systems and draws comparisons between non-EHR users as well as Family Practice use and Specialty use.