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 the largest number and interestingly enough, it’s really only from a few states where they have locked up all of the major health systems (including my state: Minnesota).  Here are some quick stats pulled from running the data through R that you can draw some conclusions from:

Total Attestations by Vendor:

Epic Systems Corporation : 6330
eClinicalWorks LLC : 1847
Allscripts : 1502
athenahealth, Inc : 1158
Community Computer Service, Inc.: 999
GE Healthcare : 921
(Other) :10204

Complete Vs. Modular:

Complete EHR:21765
Modular EHR : 1196

By State:

Texas : 1761
Ohio : 1653
Illinois : 1533
Pennsylvania: 1450
Florida : 1387
California : 1287
(Other) :13890

By Specialty:

FAMILY PRACTICE :4742
INTERNAL MEDICINE :4146
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CARDIOLOGY):1432
PODIATRY :1124
OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY : 955
GASTROENTEROLOGY : 872
(Other) :9690

 

Please continue to some additional analysis here.

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4 Responses to “Meaningful Use November 2011 Attestation Report”
  1. Fahad says:

    Hi,
    Is there any updated report. For December 2011 or January 2012.

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