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Research and Markets: EMR 2014: The Global Market for Electronic Medical Records - Analysis of the $23 Billion Industry

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vkvgct/emr_2014_the) has announced the addition of the "EMR 2014: The Market for Electronic Medical Records" report to their offering.

The influence of government incentives and the increasing use of electronic medical records for quality of care and cost-saving reasons continue to drive the market for EMR systems. The global market for electronic medical records EMR was $23.2 billion in 2013. Upgrading is a factor, in addition to new purchases, helping to build a robust market.

The forecast assumes the trend of adoption will continue to move forward, although slowing somewhat; hospital EMR adoption will supersede doctors EMR adoption; and current EMR Stage 3 will move up in stages. It is anticipated that current EMR owners will upgrade and train on systems, and that the threat of penalties will force doctors and hospitals to make upgrade decisions.

This is the seventh year the report has studied the market for EMR. In its total, it includes revenues for EMR/EHR systems, CPOE systems, and directly related services such as installation, training, servicing, and consulting which are key profit areas for companies. It does not include PACS or hardware. The firm said that now that the EMR market is mature, customers have a great deal of vendor choices; some hospitals and physician customers will boost the market through vendor switches as they seek the right EMR fit for their organization.

For EMR 2014: The Market for Electronic Medical Records,interviews were conducted with key industry officials, consultants, health care providers, and government personnel. The report contains detailed segment breakouts for EMR market revenues such as software, hardware and services. The report also contains a breakout by user including hospitals and physicians. Detailed profiles of companies in the market and market share of top players are included.

Key Topics Covered:

CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

CHAPTER TWO: INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

CHAPTER THREE: EMERGING TRENDS

CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET PARTICIPANTS

CHAPTER FIVE: MARKET ANALYSIS

CHAPTER SIX: CONCLUSIONS

Companies Mentioned

- Abraxas Medical Solutions

- Allscripts Healthcare Solutions

- Amazing Charts

- Aprima Medical Software, Inc

- athenahealth, Inc.

- Cerner Corporation

- ChartLogic

- Computer Programs and Systems, Inc.

- CSC

- CureMD

- Dr First/Rcop

- Epic Systems, Inc.

- GE Healthcare

- Greenway Medical Technologies

- McKesson Corporation

- MedHost

- Medical Information Technology, Inc. (MEDITECH, Inc.)

- Medent Community Computer Service,

- Medsphere Systems

- MeridianEMR, Inc

- NextGen

- Nuesoft Technologies Inc

- Practice Fusion

- Quadramed Corporation

- Quest Diagnostics, Inc

- Sequel Systems, Inc

- Siemens Medical Solutions

- SuiteMed

- Vitera Healthcare Solutions

- WRS Health (Waiting Room Solutions)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vkvgct/emr_2014_the

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