Healthcare I.T. in 2001- Strategic Analysis and Top 50 Profiles

 

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This report takes a comprehensive look at the highlights and events that characterized the healthcare information technology market in 2001, from both the demand perspective and the vendor perspective. This three part document provides analysis of the year and projections for 2002, provides the Frost & Sullivan Top 50 List, and the Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering Awards to winners in 2001.

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Healthcare I.T. in 2001- Strategic Analysis and Top 50 Profiles, State of the Industry: Healthcare Information Technology 2001OverviewHealthcare IT 2001- Year in ReviewHealthcare IT 2001- Demand AnalysisHealthcare IT 2001- Sales AnalysisMarket Engineering AwardsMarket Engineering Leadership- Philips Medical SystemsMerger and Acquisition Strategy- GE Medical Systems Information TechnologiesVertical Market Penetration- Siemens Medical Solutions Health ServicesMarket Penetration Strategy- EDS CorporationMarketing Strategy Leadership- McKesson CorporationBusiness Development Strategy- WebMD CorporationProduct Line Strategy- Computer Sciences Corporation Healthcare GroupHealthcare I.T. in 2001- Strategic Analysis and Top 50 Profiles, Top 50 Companies by RevenueDesign MethodologyDesign Methodology and Rating Criteria 1 to 10Philips Medical Systems (A Division of Royal Philips Electronics)GE Medical Systems Information TechnologiesSiemens Medical Solutions Health ServicesEDS Corporation (Healthcare Division)McKesson Information Solutions (a Division of McKesson Corporation)WebMD CorporationComputer Sciences CorporationCerner CorporationACS IncorporatedIngenix (a Division of United Health)11 to 20MedQuist CorporationIDX SystemsNDC Health (a Division of NDC)Per-Se TechnologiesMedic Computer Systems (a Division of Misys plc)Eclipsys CorporationPeoplesoft CorporationMedical Information Technology Inc.Lanier Healthcare (a Division of Platinum Equity)TriZetto Group21 to 30Keane Inc. (Healthcare Solutions Division)TRW CorporationQuadramed CorporationSunquest Systems (a Division of Misys plc)3M Healthcare Information SystemsLawson SoftwareVitalworks Inc. Healthextras Inc.Omnicell Inc.Kronos Inc.31 to 40Allscripts Healthcare SolutionsIntegic CorporationHealthaxis Inc.ViPS Inc.QuovadxProxyMed Inc.NextGen Healthcare Information Systems Inc./ QSIMedicalogic Inc.HealthLink Inc.eBenX Inc.41 to 50IMPAC Medical SystemsHealthcare Management SystemsMediware Information Systems Inc.SolucientCedara Software CorporationVantageMed CorporationNeoforma Inc.Data Critical (a Division of GE Medical Systems)SeeBeyond Technologies Inc.Med Diversified Inc.




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