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Picking EHR vendor winners with CMS' meaningful use attestation data set
In this special edition issue of Pulse, SearchHealthIT takes an exhaustive look at the Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid Services' (CMS) May 30 meaningful use attestation data set. And with more than 600,000 hospitals and physicians attested to meaningfully using ONC-certified EHRs, that's a whole lot of information. Don't worry: We've compiled all that data into three easy-to-digest articles, with a focus on the many surprises buried inside.
SearchHealthIT executive editor Don Fluckinger and Hannah Pullen-Blasnik, a former editorial assistant at TechTarget, kick things off with a hard look at the top vendors providing software and services to earn those meaningful-use incentives. Fluckinger and Pullen-Blasnik list 23 things readers might not know about the EHR vendors behind the attesters. Next, Pullen-Blasnik breaks down state-by-state data to reveal which vendors dominate which U.S. states. In our final piece, Fluckinger returns with 19 more vendor market-share slices from the CMS data set. He also offers up a few thoughts regarding Cerner's recent $1.3 billion acquisition of Siemens' health IT division -- and how those vendor rankings may stack up next year.
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Features in this issue
Our interactive, color-coded map of the U.S. EHR vendor landscape ranks the top five companies, state by state, according to CMS meaningful use attestations.
News in this issue
Wondering which vendors net the most meaningful use attestation incentive checks for their customers? Here's a complex breakdown of CMS data.
CMS meaningful use attestation data set reveals 19 more surprises after Cerner buys Siemens' health IT division and ONC discontinued "complete EHR."
Columns in this issue
While some CIOs are casting doubt that meaningful use can survive, stage 1 of the government's EHR incentive program shows evidence for the contrary.