Limited hardware costs, ease of use, and increasing confidence in cloud storage are making Software as a Service (Saas) solutions more appealing to providers, according to a new KLAS report — SaaS EMR 2012: Is It For You. “The SaaS EMR deployment model is becoming more popular for providers who want minimal up-front cost and [...]
Although nearly 80 percent of ambulatory providers that have purchased an EMR are confident they will qualify for meaningful use (MU) in 2011, a closer look at what functionalities have actually been implemented reveals most still have significant holes to fill, according to a KLAS report, Ambulatory EMR: A KLAS Guide to Meaningful Use Success. [...]
Allscripts is the most considered ambulatory EMR in a market rife with turnover, according to a new KLAS report, Ambulatory EMR: Win Rates, Replacements, and Provider Loyalty. That turnover is represented by the fact that 35 percent of all providers interviewed for the report plan to replace their existing EMRs sometime in the next two years. This includes nearly a third of the smallest practices.