EMR 2018, now in its Eleventh Edition, provides a trusted source of analysis of the electronic medical records (EMR) industry. The report looks at the market and trends affecting electronic medical record software and related services. Included in the report are statistics influencing the industry, demographics, life expectancy, and company strategies. This 403-page report is a complete global analysis of the EMR / EHR market. A market summary includes a total market analysis, including:
EMR Market Analysis 2015-2022 ($ millions)
Revenues and Market Share of EMR Providers 2017 (in millions $)
Market Size and Growth for Physician/Web-based EMR Market, 2017-2022 ($millions)
EMR Hospital Market Analysis 2015-2022 ($ millions)
Hospital vs Physician/Web Breakdown 2017 (%)
Hospital vs Physician/Web Breakdown 2022 (%)
Revenues are based on worldwide figures. Included in the revenues are sales of software, services, consulting and replacement. The market analysis is global in nature, though trend analysis focuses on the U.S. as the largest healthcare market and the most incentivized for EMR conversion. The report does feature EMR Market Analysis for 2017-2022 for:
Rest of World
Other Rest of World
There are several primary issues and trends affecting the electronic medical records (EMR) industry. Demographics, increasing life expectancy, and technology innovation will continue to fuel growth in the future. New developments will also positively influence growth. Issues and trends explored in this study include:
Patient Access - Blue Button Technology
Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare
Big Tech Invasion
Internet of Health Things
Global Healthcare Spending Trends
EMR 2018 includes is a competitive analysis of leading EMR system providers. Competitors profiled include:
Alert Life Sciences Computing S.A.
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions
Aprima Medical Software, Inc
Bernoulli Enterprise, Inc
Cambio Healthcare Systems
CompuGroup Medical AG
Computer Programs and Systems, Inc
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)
Epic Systems Corporation
Greenway Health, LLC
Henry Schein MicroMD
Koninklijke Philips N.V.
MEDENT Community Computer Service, Inc.
Medical Information Technology, Inc (MEDITECH)
Meditab Software, Inc
Medsphere Systems Corporation
NextGen Healthcare Information Systems
Nightingale Informatix Corporation (now Telus Health)
NoemaLife S.p.A. (now Dedalus Healthcare Group)
Nuesoft Technologies, Inc
Qualcomm Life, Inc
Quality Systems, Inc
Quest Diagnostics, Inc.
Kalorama 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.