Duplicate and fragmented shared patient records are progressively putting patient safety at risk and afflict provider bottom lines.
Black Book Research acknowledges the top-performing healthcare technology companies within various revenue cycle management and digital health market segments based on the industry's largest client survey of inpatient providers at the Becker's Health IT + Digital Health + RCM Meeting in Chicago this week.
Over 900 hospitals and inpatient organizations and 4,000 physician practices were represented in the sweeping series of financial management IT user polls, as formidable challenges are forcing providers to advance their technologies to maintain solvency.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Optum, a part of United Health Group, is the top-rated Health System Vendor for RCM Outsourcing and Software Technology Tools by 4000+ users
Nuance rated highest in customer satisfaction and loyalty for coding, CDI, CAC and transcription software tools by hospitals and physicians.
Black Book is ranked among the country's most dynamic businesses rising to #511 with 750% three-year growth
Compliance firms rated by industry client satisfaction and loyalty scores via independent key performance indicators announced.
Integrated EHR PM RCM ICD10 vendor tools get top marks in the mined US outpatient market
Survey finds 96 percent of existing Paragon users 'confidently optimistic' that Allscripts' acquisition will improve processes and benefit their organizations.
Surveyed electronic health record users narrowed down an elite group of top performing vendors across eighteen key performance indicators, McKesson's iKnowMedSM retains its top satisfaction rating for sixth consecutive year.
Data breaches, system failures, hacking, ransomware and disrupted flow of financial records have PR mavens on high alert for the New Year
Rated highest in client satisfaction and client loyalty for Coding, CDI & Transcription Software Tools by hospitals and physicians.
CDI is the key to better ICD-10 coding and reimbursement accuracy, but it's also vital for preparing organizations for population health.
Rated #1 Health System Vendor for RCM Outsourcing and Software Technology Tools by Hospital Financial Executives by Black Book™
Rated highest in client satisfaction and client loyalty for RCM Software Technology Tools by Hospital Financial Executives 200+ Beds by Black Book™
Rated highest in client satisfaction and client loyalty for RCM Software Technology Tools by Hospital Financial Executives in facilities under 100 Beds by Black Book™
Rated highest in client satisfaction and client loyalty for RCM Software Technology Tools by Hospital Financial Executives in Community Hospitals by Black Book™
Rated highest in client satisfaction and client loyalty for RCM Outsourcing Services by Hospital Financial Executives in Community Hospitals and Small, Rural Facilities by Black Book™
Rated highest in client satisfaction and client loyalty for RCM Outsourcing Services by Hospital Financial Executives in Large Hospitals over 200 Beds and Academic Medical Center campuses by Black Book™
RCM is in current replacement mode or assessment by 85% of provider organizations, hospitals and physician practices. Seeking to optimize th
The newly launched satisfaction and loyalty polling apps promise rapid turnaround surveys and enhanced validation methodologies, along with a new approach to driving panelist and individual respondent engagement.
Two-thirds of independent practices now deliberately selling out to hospital systems and larger groups or closing down by 2019 as the resource-intensive requirements of MIPS, administrative burdens, and under-optimized technology may make the transition to value-based care too discouraging.
Seventy-six percent of physician practices with more than 25 clinicians surveyed are keen to apply their EHR enhancements in functionality, service and value-based payment innovation as of Q2 2016. 1,788 multispecialty Clinics, IPAs and large group practice leaders narrowed down an elite group based on eighteen delving key performance indicators from a shrinking field of less than 50 qualified electronic health record systems.
Eight in ten independent physician specialty practices have affirmed their confidence in specialty-distinctive electronic health record systems & robust multi-use EHRs with well-constructed specialty modules, as the more detailed aspects of third generation usability come into play and provider connectivity issues persist. Specialists look to end chronic replacements with flexible cloud-based & specialty-driven EHRs tailored to improve financial, workflow, clinical outcomes & satisfaction.
88% of the underserved, independent physician market sector is actively assessing technologies to thrive in an era of consumer-driven care and new reimbursement models particularly aiming to integrate physician practice management, billing services and the electronic health record (EHR) into a single vendor solution. Cost effective, cloud-based platforms with mobile applications are thrusting integrated solutions atop Black Book's product satisfaction rankings.
Four years after the rush to replace inpatient EHR systems, Black Book crowd-surveyed 1204 hospital executives and 2133 user-level IT staff that withstood at least one broad EHR system switch to grasp if providers got what they bargained for.
As the EHR replacements, provider consolidations and meaningful use uncertainties come to resolutions this year, the client loyalty spectrum discernibly ranges from those hospitals with high EHR and HIT satisfaction, clinician usability and business analytics, to other hospitals unmistakably stuck with systems nominally operative, trapped with vendors due to huge capital investments, and in deep debt.
Black Book Research conducted its annual survey of hospital and health system executives, physician administrators and payer organization IT leaders to identify key interoperability trends and understand the challenges they face in their efforts to exchange patient information with other healthcare organizations.
Black Book Research acknowledges the top-performing healthcare technology companies within various market segments based on the industry's largest client survey of hospitals, physician practices, managed care organizations and ancillary providers at the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society annual conference in Las Vegas this week.
Price and features are no longer the only driving factors of EHR replacement competition according to nearly 2,200 health IT user responding in a Q4 2015 Black Book survey. Vendors must also provide an overall greater technical support experience after the sales are made to keep customers happy and loyal, but many pass the duty on to outsourcers.