Unstable EHR market getting agitated
2013 has been billed as the year of EHR dissatisfaction, with up to 23 percent of physician practices reporting they were trading in their current EHR system for a new brand altogether, and, according to a new Black Book Rankings report, there were only a handful of vendors that came out on top.The survey finds that providers switching to new EHR systems were turning to Practice Fusion, Care360 Quest, Vitera, Cerner, Greenway, ChartLogic, GE Healthcare and athenahealth—all vendors who have risen to the top of the replacement market satisfaction polls, officials note.
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