U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market

 

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This research service analyzes trends in the U.S. ambulatory electronic health records market since 2009, predicts future changes in market measurements through 2016, and provides a comprehensive analysis of challenges, drivers and restraints facing market participants. The research includes an overview of major players and core technologies, forecasts of total market revenues and market segment revenues by physician practice size and non-physician clinicians, and a synopsis of strategic imperatives and recommendations for competitive advantage.

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U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, Executive Summary of the U.S. Ambulatory EHR MarketU.S. EHR Market Executive SummaryExecutive Summary of Key Findings for the U.S. Ambulatory EHR MarketIntroduction and OverviewResearch MethodologyU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, Glossary of TermsAbbreviations and Key TermsLists of Abbreviations and Key TermsU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, U.S. Healthcare System OverviewRecent Trends Impacting the Delivery of Health Services in the U.S.The Push for Quality and EfficiencyNational Health Expenditures Continue to RiseThe Complexity of Physician ReimbursementChanges in the Healthcare WorkforceThe Impact of Healthcare ReformKey Provisions of the New Healthcare Reform LegislationHealthcare Reform Cost Estimates and Potential Impact on Health Information TechnologyU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, Introduction to EHRsOverview of EHRsA Clarification of Basic TerminologyFeatures and Functions of EHRsTrends in EHR Adoption in Ambulatory Medical PracticesThe Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH)U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, Total U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market Total Market OverviewDistribution of U.S. Physicians by Main Practice Setting in 2009Forecasts for Total Numbers of Ambulatory Physicians from 2009 to 2016Definitions of Ambulatory Market SegmentsForecasts of EHR Penetration Among Ambulatory Physicians from 2009 to 2016Industry DynamicsMarket ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Engineering Measurements and Total Revenue ForecastsMarket Engineering MeasurementsRevenue ForecastsCompetitive StructureThe EHR Vendor and Product LandscapeDistribution and SalesRecent Trends in Industry DealsProduct Pricing and Regulatory IssuesMarket Share AnalysisSelected Vendor ProfilesU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market SegmentsRevenue ForecastsTotal Revenue Forecasts by Market SegmentsRevenue Forecasts for Solo/Partner PracticesRevenue Forecasts for Small to Medium PracticesRevenue Forecasts for Large PracticesRevenue Forecasts for Non-Physician CliniciansU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market - Technology TrendsTrends in Ambulatory EHR TechnologyTrends in EHR Technology for the Ambulatory Market U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, U.S. Ambulatory EHR Market - Conclusions and Strategic RecommendationsSummary of Key Trends and Strategic RecommendationsConclusions and RecommendationsU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, ReferencesSecondary Research Sources BibliographyU.S. Ambulatory EHR Market, Decision Support DatabaseDatabasesNational Health Expenditures by CategoryProjected Public and Private National Health ExpendituresNational Health Expenditures by Category and DistributionPercent of Public vs. Private Health Care Expenditures Projected Supply and Demand of Office-Based Physicians by Specialty Number of Physicians in Patient Care by State per Civilian PopulationNumber of Registered Nurses by StateNumber of Physician Assistants by StateNumber of Registered Nurse Practitioners by StateNumber of Federally Qualified Health Centers by StateNumber of Healthcare Establishments by TypeHealth Information Technology Regional Extension Centers by State and Amount of Federal Funding




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