Additional Meaningful Use 2011 Report Analysis

Yesterday, I gave a quick analysis to the newly released Meaningful Use November 2011 Attestation Report.  Below you will find some additional analysis focused on ambulatory attestations (Attestors are of “EP” Provider Type).  However, please note that all statistical analysis is limited by the available data.  What the CMS report does not have is the … Continue reading

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2011 Ambulatory EHR Market Share

Back in October, AmericanEHR released their 2011 Ambulatory Market Share report.  The sample size they used is actually pretty small, but the number are similar to the 2010 Ambulatory Market Share results release by Capsite, so at least there is consistency.

Meaningful Use November 2011 Attestation Report

The CMS has released their Meaningful Use November 2011 Report for the masses to review.  I have gone ahead and loaded the data into IBM’s wonderful Many Eyes site so you can play around with the data too.  No big surprises have come out of this data.  Epic is the heavyweight and is pulling in … Continue reading

ACOs and EHRs

Accountable Care Organizations are becoming the new Black.  There are some of us who recognize how befitting that metaphor is given that healthcare models seem to  have a cyclical nature to them.  Mostly they cycle between physicians heading out to be independent from healthcare organizations and then coming back under the umbrella once again.  Has … Continue reading