Technological innovations are widely adopted in the healthcare sector across the globe. With these innovations monitoring patients, analysis and collecting their medical history, and providing the best of the medical care are achieved by the wide adoption of advanced technologies. One of the most significant achievements in collecting patients’ medical history through electronic health records. The growing integration of cloud technology and the vast adoption of IT and digital infrastructure in the healthcare industry has further boosted the adoption of electronic health records.
With the increasing use of Electronic Health Records, players providing these services are engaged in further research and development and product enhancement. Players are also collaborating with other industry players and medical institutions and hospitals to increase their customer reach and increase their profit margins. For example, in 2018, eClinicalWorks entered into a partnership with a 25-bed independent community hospital located in Waverly, Waverly Health Center (WHC).
The objective behind this partnership was to revamp the Paragon Inpatient EHR system that was used in WHC with eClinicalWorks Revenue Cycle Management platform and cloud-centric Acute Care EHR. By employing this new platform, they will be able to reduce the overall operational cost, as they will be making records of patient’s outpatient and inpatient and groups.
Similar initiatives are being taken by other companies as well, mainly to increase their services and to expand presence in the market. Some of the key players operating in the global electronic health records market are Athenahealth, Inc., Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc., Cerner Corporation, Epic Systems, CPSI, GE Healthcare, eClinicalWorks, and Greenway Health, LLC.
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Leading players are also associating with government organizations as well. For instance, Cerner Corporation and Cerner Government Services Inc. signed an agreement for transitioning service members and their care providers access to a single electronic health record system.
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