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
The industry-wide movement of radical IT housecleaning identifies gaps, redundancies, and conflicts in financial digital transformations.
Cerner is recognized as the top-rated inpatient EHR vendor for hospitals and health systems over 250 beds. Cerner also ranked highest client experience scores in Children's Hospitals, Academic Medical Centers, and in Outsourced Tech Support to hospital networks.
Allscripts is recognized as the top-rated inpatient EHR vendor for hospitals under 101-250 beds.
Evident, a member of the CPSI family of companies is recognized as the top-rated inpatient EHR vendor for hospitals under 100 beds.
Every post-acute executive surveyed insisted that interoperability tools and database access among government agencies and providers would radically improve their ability to contain COVID-19 in nursing homes
Despite the years of frustration noted in the annual Black Book EHR user surveys, ninety-seven percent of nurse respondents said they would not want to go back to using paper records.
Surgical Information Systems Amkkai achieved top ratings in thirteen of the eighteen key performance indicators focused on vendors delivering perioperative IT to ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and hospitals.
The acquisition wave of cloud-based community EHR is building momentum among small, rural, specialty and critical access hospitals.
What's holding back 80% of hospital and medical providers from using digital data platforms to make industry-fixing decisions?
Optum, a part of United Health Group, is the top-rated Health System Vendor for Outsourcing and Software Technology Tools by nearly 5000 RCM users.
100% of post-acute executives surveyed argue that EHRs and interoperability with acute care providers and physicians would radically improve their ability to thrive under VBC.
Growth in clinical documentation market is expected to reach US$5.2B by 2022 from $3.2B at fiscal year-end 2018 with a 10.2% CAGR
Hospital system and physician organizations ranked cybersecurity firms by industry client satisfaction and loyalty scores via independent key performance indicators.
Hospital systems expenditure on protections as part of IT budgets increased 6% year-to-year but physician organization cybersecurity spend has decreased since 2018, and 92% lack full-time security staff.
Rated highest in client satisfaction for Informatics and Clinical Documentation Improvement Software in the evolving coding software market preparing for Value-Based Care.
In total, 278 hospitals and inpatient organizations and 1,899 physician practices were represented in the sweeping Q2-Q3 2019 series of polls focusing on the foundations for value-based care modeling.
Managers from 545 hospitals and inpatient organizations responding to a recent outsourcing user survey reveal that high-visibility VBC initiatives are demanding more outsourced clinical services to free up resources.
Allscripts outperforms competitors in the U.K., Australia and Canada on most all implementations done on time and budget while delivering on expectations; Epic Systems proves top vendor in Southeast Asia and the Middle East
Institutional investment in health data protection predicted to double by year-end, predicts Black Book survey
With claims denials increased 100 percent since 2013, nine in 10 providers are turning the complicated complex claims processing to highly adept external vendors
Black Book estimates manual contract management costs health providers and systems nearly $157 billion dollars collectively, per year.
Pressures to the alliance remains a problem in health systems including a continuing lack in understanding on both parties to converge on strategies, investment mindsets, healthcare customer experience, business models, and agendas.