With products in varying stages of development, the acute care EMR space is one of the most interesting in healthcare, according to a KLAS report which seeks to answer key questions and dispel misconceptions.
Perhaps no sector of the EMR market is attracting as much interest as acute care, and in particular, two vendors that have recently entered the fray and could prove game-changers, says KLAS’ Erik Bermudez.
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Avoiding the “IS black hole”
Like many health care provider organizations, the University of Michigan Health System is rolling out a new integrated electronic health record — a program we call MiChart. In just three days, we will be flipping the switch for the inpatient modules at our three hospitals with nearly 1,000 beds. The inpatient modules will be fully […]
As organizations shift their focus to the next three to five years, a significant number are looking to replace their existing acute care EMR systems. But for vendors looking to land new clients, the news isn’t good, as the majority of those looking to make a move already have a specific platform in mind, according […]