Medical Economics Top 100 EHRs 

In an effort to help physicians make purchasing decisions, Medical Economics is unveiling an exclusive report on the top 100 electronic health record (EHR) systems to examine key metrics, including revenue, certification, whether it has met MU2 certification requirements for complete EHRs or modules, and provides Web addresses for additional information.

Top 100 EHRs: Why understanding a company’s financial performance today may influence purchasing decisions tomorrow.

Medical Economics unveils its exclusive list of the Top 100 electronic health record (EHR) systems. Read More ...

Medical Economics Top 100 EHRs

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Consolidation, physician demand drive change

Government mandates, innovation, and usability are factors that will determine which EHRs will lead the industry. Read More ...

5 Ways to Watch the Financial Health of Your EHR Vendor

It's important to know if your EHR company is in it for the long haul. Read More ...

Meaningful Use, stage 2: Ready or not, here it comes

Physicians can begin attesting to the program in 2014, but concerns about vendor preparedness and interoperability remain. Read More ...


Technology stands poised to transform medicine

With the pain of implementation still fresh for many physicians, seven leaders from EHR technology companies address the future of health information technology in the United States. Read More ...

MU2

[GRAPHIC] Meaningful Use 2

Complete and modular EHR systems certified for Meaningful Use 2.
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Strategies for picking the best EHR system for your practice

There are many EHR systems to choose from. These strategies will help your practice evaluate its EHR options. Read More ...

Training your staff to use your new EHR system

These tips will help you put together a successful EHR training program at your medical practice. Read More ...

System Capabilities

[GRAPHIC] System Capabilities

This chart represents information submitted by health information technology (HIT) companies with complete EHR systems. The companies appearing in this chart submitted data for this report starting in the summer of 2013 through October 10, 2013. The chart details system capabilities in addition maintaining health records. Read More ...

Telemedicine's next big leap

Advocates say telemedicine will take on greater importance in care models of the future, but hurdles remain. Read More ...

Patient Portal

[GRAPHIC] Patient Portal

This chart contains information on electronic health record (EHR) systems with patient portal capabilities, from companies participating in a Medical Economics survey ending on October 10, 2103. The information in these charts represents information submitted by companies taking part in this survey. Read More ...

Practicing on the go: Mobile EHRs on the rise

Mobile EHRs are bringing patient information into the cloud. Experts explain what today’s mobile EHRs can and can’t do. Read More ...

Mobile App

[GRAPHIC] Mobile Applications

This chart contains information on electronic health record (EHR) systems with mobile applications, from companies participating in a Medical Economics survey ending on October 10, 2103. The information inthese charts represents information submitted by companies taking part in this survey. Read More ...