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Ambulatory EMR Systems to consider in 2019

By | January 2nd, 2019|Categories: ambulatory emr software, EHR, EHR Software, Electronic Health Records Software, Electronic Medical Records Software, EMR, EMR Software, EMR Systems, Health IT, Healthcare IT News, Interoperability, Specialty-specific EMR|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Epic Systems, Cerner, Mckesson, and Meditech are EMR software companies most frequently seen across hospital settings, but these Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Software giants have yet to make a mark on the small to mid-sized physician practice market. The ambulatory EMR software market has become even more competitive in 2018, with EHR software companies outperforming each other in areas such as user experience, customer support and especially pricing. […]

Top 5 EMR Software Companies in 2018

By | December 7th, 2018|Categories: Cloud based EHR, Electronic Health Records Software, Electronic Medical Records Software, Healthcare IT News|Tags: , , , , , , |

Many factors may make an Electronic Medical Records software company perform better than the competition, but the most significant factor is unsurprisingly a company’s sales and marketing strategy. Reports by independent industry and media outlets feature several articles about “Top EMR Systems” to be published and marketed across digital and print media. They usually highlight a [...]

EMRFinder Reveals List of 2017’s Top 10 EMR Software

By | October 11th, 2017|Categories: Cloud based EHR, EHR, EMR, Healthcare IT News, Interoperability, Meaningful Use, Practice Management|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

The US Health IT market for EHR/EMR systems is generally dominated by a group of large EHR companies such as Cerner and Epic Systems. These companies are producing excellent EHR solutions for all sorts of medical practices and large hospitals, but there are other vendors in the market who are offering quality EHR/EMR systems at far [...]

Agnesian Healthcare Sues Cerner For $16 Million

By | September 28th, 2017|Categories: Cloud based EHR, EHR, EMR, Healthcare IT News, Meaningful Use, Practice Management|Tags: , , , , , , |

Wisconsin-based Agnesian Healthcare has sued Cerner for fraud and breach of warranty. The healthcare organization has claimed issues in its billing software that caused it a loss of over $16 million. The hospital stated that the said issues have also damaged its reputation and has claimed $200,000 a month in damages. Agnesian Healthcare started using Cerner’s [...]