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Duplicate and fragmented shared patient records are progressively putting patient safety at risk and afflict provider bottom lines.
Healthcare IT research firm's sweeping worldwide study reveals rapidly advancing opportunities for US-based and local tech vendors
Black Book Research estimates the North American market for home care software and IT services market in Q2 2023 has reached $3.2 billion and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 20% during 2023-2033.
Black Book Research acknowledges the top-performing hospital technology companies within various clinical market segments based on the industry's largest client survey of inpatient providers at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society annual conference in Chicago this week.
The 2023 demand for robust physician practice management tools is fueled by the challenges surrounding increasing administrative burden, shrinking labor pools, and continued reimbursement pressures.
Surgeons and surgical support staff from nine specialties rated ModMed's comprehensive software, including electronic health records, practice management, analytics, and interoperability, as best-in-breed.
The healthcare provider and hospital outsourcing market size is projected to reach USD 750 billion by 2028 and expand at a CAGR of 11.5% between now and 2026.
Three thousand healthcare solution users rated Nuance, Aquity Solutions, Redox, Optum360, Streamline, CorroHealth, 3M, PatientTrak, Docuware, AGFA, Verisma, Harmony Healthcare IT, and Revecore among the top-performing category vendors in the 2022 customer satisfaction surveys.
The sweeping annual survey gathered responses from 2,906 advisory firm clients representing fourteen hundred provider and payer engagements between 2019 and 2022.
Seventy-one electronic medical record and healthcare information technology vendors were graded on meeting buyer expectations, achieving ROI, solving country-specific connectivity issues, and accomplishing patient data improvement goals.
Tampa, Florida-based Black Book Market Research LLC makes the coveted Inc. 5000 list for the 5th consecutive year in the rankings due to extraordinary year-over-year revenue growth
Finvi achieved highest client experience and customer satisfaction ratings, excelling over competitors
Over 900 hospitals and inpatient organizations and 4,000 physician practices were represented in the sweeping Q1-Q2 2022 series of financial management IT user polls, as daunting challenges are forcing providers to advance their technologies to maintain solvency.
Black Book Research estimates the North American market for post-acute software and IT services market in Q2 2022 has reached $3.0 Billion and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 17% during 2022-2032.
One thousand seven hundred and forty-two EHR users in community hospitals weigh the key performance indicators of trust, accountability, transparency, and ethics as most important in 2022's unifying, cloud-based EHR vendor selections.
This is the fourth consecutive year Modernizing Medicine has received the highest satisfaction and loyalty industry award from surgical specialist practices nationally.
Seventy-six percent of independent specialists agree that specialist-specific EHRs will position them best for value-based reimbursement
Nearly 4,000 executives, professionals and consultants from healthcare providers, payers, vendors, advisory firms, investment banks and venture capital organizations assessed emerging solutions on their individual ability to contribute to a more integrated, patient-centric, productivity-enhancing HIT ecosystem, and outperform competitors.
The annual Black Book Research crowdsourced population health management solutions poll of 2,160 PHM applications and managed services clients included administrative, financial, medical, analytics, quality, and IT system users from 494 hospitals and IDNs, 775 physician practices, 83 ambulatory organizations: and 46 payers and employer groups.
Ninety-two percent of healthcare cybersecurity professionals report an organizational increase in cyber risk since last surveyed in Q4 2020 with seventy-three percent of IT managers stating that their organization has been hit with ransomware. Potential patients take notice.