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Black Book Rankings has released its annual rankings of the EHR vendors for inpatient settings. A division of the Brown-Wilson Group, a market research firm, Black Book Rankings surveyed 12,075 healthcare system stakeholders familiar with EMRs and graded their rankings of 422 EHR vendors against 18 separate performance areas.
According to a Dec. 6 statement, some of Black Book Rankings’ top scorers include:
•GE Healthcare, the top-ranked vendor for teaching hospitals and hospitals with more than 250 beds;
•Cerner, the top-ranked vendor for community hospitals with 101 to 249 beds and the top-ranked vendor for hospital chains and integrated delivery networks;
•CPSI, the top-ranked vendor for hospitals with fewer than 100 beds; and
•Picis, the top-ranked vendor in client satisfaction among emergency department personnel.
Other vendors receiving high rankings include Eclipsys, Healthcare Management Systems, Healthland, McKesson, Meditech, NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, Quadramed and Siemens Healthcare.
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