Electronic Medical Records Market, 2013Electronic Medical Records (EMR) represents a growing market for a large number of companies, withcustomer demand, heavy competition and government incentives spurring revenues.This Kalorama Information report, EMR 2013, is a look at the market and trends impacting electronicmedical record software and related services. As government policy begins to pivot on incentives in thismarket, as market share adjusts and new vendors play a larger role, it is an interesting time for market-watchers. How have the incentives worked? Have reluctant physicians embraced EMR? Where doeshospital adoption stand? What is the competitive situation among vendors now? Is there stillopportunity for new entrants? Kalorama answers these questions and brings clarity to recent marketevents.Report Details:Published: April 2013No. of Pages: 322Price: Single User License: US$3995 Corporate User License: US$7990As part of its coverage, the report contains: 2012 Market Estimates for EMR, and Growth since 2010 Market Forecast to 2017 Market Share of Top Vendors Hospital and Physician EMR Usage Statistics Pricing of Select EMR Systems and ROI for Physicians Overview of EMR, EHR, CPOE and other Functions Impact of Incentives and Disincentives for Paper Submission Breakout of Hospital EMR Market and Physician/Web EMR Market Key Trends in the Industry Profiles of Major Vendors and Smaller Companies to Watch Mergers and Acquisitions Current Vendors with CCHIT Qualification Summary of Third-Party EMR User Survey Results Analyst Conclusions Regarding the EMR MarketThe report estimates the size of the market for the EMR hospital and EMR physician markets andreviews usage trends among hospitals and physicians. It also forecasts the market to 2017. Included in
the report are statistics influencing the industry, demographics, life expectancy, and companystrategies. Market share is provided for top players in the industry. Revenues are reported based onworldwide figures with a focused view on US competitors and US trends.The information for this report was gathered using both primary and secondary research includingcomprehensive research of secondary sources such as company literature, databases, investmentreports, and medical and business journals. Telephone interviews and email correspondence were theprimary method of gathering information.Get complete report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/239451-emr-2013-the-market-for-electronic-medical-records.htmlThere are several primary issues and trends affecting the electronic medical records (EMR) industry.Demographics, increasing life expectancy, and technology innovation will continue to fuel growth in thefuture. New developments will also positively influence growth. Issues and trends explored in this studyinclude: Meaningful Use Economic Stimulus Package Stimulus Guarantee Information Overload Patient Access – Blue Button Technology Vendor Switch Virtualization Technology Storage Area Networks Cloud Computing Dashboard Modules Mergers and Acquisitions NFL and EMRs Stark Law Discreet Recordable Transcription Health Information Exchanges Regional Extension Centers Personnel Issues Security Breaches/Portable Devices Tablet Adoption New Network for Doctors National Physician Education Program ICD-10 Controversy Physician Position
Accountable Care Organizations Personal Health Record Doctor’s Surveys Interoperability Smart Card Technology Wireless Technology Open Source EMR Applications Adoption Issues Usability and Adoption Quality of Care/Malpractice Cost Benefit Analysis Privacy Issues Technology Limitations E-Prescribing CCHIT NHIN Direct PPC Offerings International Markets and TrendsThe electronic medical records market in the United States is competitive, with over 400 providers;however, increasing mergers and acquisitions in the industry will result in the reduction in the numberof competitors. Companies remain competitive by offering high-quality solution packages to privatepractices and hospitals. However, there is still ample opportunity for other companies and newentrants. There is still not a single system that is complete with true interoperability. The main drawbackfor smaller companies is the cost to enter the market with a certified product.Place a direct purchase copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=239451Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.