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110. vendor c suite q

  1. 1. H.I.S.- tory, by Vince Ciotti © 2013 by H.I.S. Professionals, LLC, all rights reserved. Episode #110: Vendor C-Suites Recognize Any Of These Faces?
  2. 2. Errata • Last week’s episode had two gaffs pointed out by HIS-talk readers that I need to correct – one concerning the ERP quiz and the second leading to this whole episode on today’s vendor C-Suites. • First, a reader of my ERP quiz corrected a gaff on Healthland: – “I just wanted to correct an error from Vince’s ERP quiz in this week’s HIStory. Healthland Centriq is listed as “EHR only” – i.e., not having an ERP. Centriq does in fact have not only an ERP suite, but full revenue cycle management – all written in the same language (.NET), on the same integrated database (Microsoft SQL), that runs on the same hardware, all developed to be one integrated system. It even has an integrated, self developed Time & Attendance application.” • I stand corrected – I must admit, I have been confused with the evolution of AHN’s“Claris” products into Healthland’s new “Centriq” product line, so the following page has it fixed:
  3. 3. Today’s Leading Vendor ERP Status VENDOR PRODUCTS WITHERP PRODUCTS WITHOUTERP McKesson Star, Series, Paragon Horizon Cerner Millennium Siemens MedSeries 4 Unity,Invision, Eagle, Soarian Epic EpicCare Allscripts Sunrise GE Centricity Meditech Magic, C/S, Release 6 NextGen Sphere CPSI CPSI System HMS General Financials NTT (Keane) Optimum Harris (QM) Affinity Healthland Centriq, Classic, APS
  4. 4. Errata, cont’d • Next, April Martin from Cerner, who has been very helpful on that whole 6-part series, corrects my slide on Cerner’s newest pres: – “Hi Vince, Do you mind making a couple of corrections to the last installment? Trace Devanny was President, never CEO. Zane Burke is also President (your piece indicates he was just promoted to CEO). There has only been one CEO of Cerner since its founding – Neal. ;-) I’ve enjoyed the HIS-stories. Fun stuff. Stay in touch. Thanks! April – PS: Also, Zane wasn’t recruited to be President; he was promoted. He’s been here at Cerner since 1996. Neal has been CEO & Chairman continuously from 1979 to today.” • This amazing longevity of Neal Patterson started me thinking: what other HIS vendors have had such similar longevity at the top as Neal’s 34 years? So blame April for these C-Suite episodes…
  5. 5. Today’s Leading HIS Vendors • So like the ERP quiz, can you think of who founded each of today’s 13 leading HIS vendors, listed belowin order ofannual revenue: • And in case you can’t read the fine print, the next slide lists today’s leading vendors names in a larger font,with room for you to write in the name of their founder(s). See how well you can do without looking up past HIS-tory episodes on our web site:hispros.com
  6. 6. Leading HIS Vendor Founders • Here’s the complete list of today’s leading HIS vendors, listed in order of their annual revenue, with room for you to write in their founders’ names (the number of blank spaces gives you a hint): 1. $3.2B = McKesson (HB) - ___________, ______________ and ___________ 2. $2.6B = Cerner,founder:__________, co-founded by_________ & _________ 3. $1.8B (est) = Siemens, née SMS: ___________, ___________ and ________ 4. $1.5B =Epic.____________ 5. $1.4B =Allscripts, née Eclipsys: _______________ 6. $850M (est) - GE Healthcare, née IDX/PHAMIS: created by________________ 7. $597M = Meditech, still run after all these years by________________ 8. $375M = NextGen: née Quality Systems Inc. founded by________________ 9. $183M = CPSI, founded by_______________&____________ 10. $156M = HMS (Healthcare Management Systems): _________ &_________ 11. $150M = Keane, parent giant by_________, and HIS division by___________ 12. $106M = QuadraMed, née Compucare, founded by________________ 13. $75M (est) = Healthland, formerly Dairyland, founded by______________
  7. 7. Visual Q & A © 2013 by H.I.S. Professionals, LLC, all rights reserved. Name: __________ __________ _________ _________ _________ Vendor: ______ _______ ______ _______ ______ • If you passed that verbal test OK, test your visual memory by naming these photos of the same group of HIS-tory heroes. • Then add the name of the vendor they founded too! Name: __________ __________ _________ _________ ________ Vendor: ______ _______ ______ _______ ______ Name: __________ __________ _________ _________ ________ Vendor: ______ _______ ______ _______ ______ Name: __________ __________ _________ _________ ________ Vendor: ______ _______ ______ _______ ______
  8. 8. Credit Where Credit Is Due • I must give credit for this photo quiz idea to Bill Childs, founder of HIS printed media starting with Computers in Healthcare back in 1980, who ran this fun series of quizzes on photo portraits in the late 80s. • I fear only the very oldest of we HIS veterans can get many of these right as they were more mid-level.
  9. 9. Next Week • There’s some overlap in this one, which contains some of the same founders listed in the earlier quiz... • I must confess, Bill’s portrait trivia has me stumped on a number of faces, so I’ll give you my best guesses next week, and see if Bill will divulge ( or can he still remember?) all of them himself!? • Stay tuned…

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