U.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016

Charting the Course for Dramatic Change


This research assesses the U.S. hospital electronic health records market, based on discussions with key market participants (for example, technology vendors, health care providers, and payers). It provides an overview of U.S. hospital organization and operations, discusses the potential impact of HITECH and PPACA, describes features, functions, technology platforms for hospital EHRs and forecasts adoption trajectories, based on functionality (basic versus advanced), including market revenues for 2009 to 2016. Key vendors and products are profiled, including insight into competitive market positions, major opportunities and threats presented in the market and recommends areas of strategic focus.
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Table of Contents

U.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Executive Summary for the U.S. Hospital EHR MarketU.S. Hospital EHR Market Executive SummaryExecutive Summary of Key Findings for the U.S. Hospital EHR MarketIntroduction and OverviewResearch MethodologyU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Glossary of TermsAbbreviations and Key TermsList of Abbreviations and Key TermsU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Overview and Current Status of U.S. HospitalsIntroduction to U.S. HospitalsNational Health Expenditures and Hospital ExpendituresTrends in U.S. Hospital Organization and OperationsHealthcare Reform and U.S. HospitalsKey Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010U.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Introduction to Hospital EHRs Overview of EHRsFeatures and Functions of Hospital EHRsThe Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH)Certification of EHR Technology to Meet Meaningful Use RequirementsRecent Trends and Forecasts for EHR AdoptionU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Hospital EHR Market DynamicsKey Industry Trends and Market DynamicsIndustry ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Hospital EHR Vendor and Product LandscapeCompetitive Market StructureOverview of Vendor and Product LandscapeMarket Share AnalysisSelected Vendor ProfilesU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Hospital EHR Market - Market Engineering Measurements and Revenue ForecastsMarket Engineering Measurements and Total Revenue ForecastsMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast MethodologyRevenue and Growth ForecastsRevenue and Growth Forecasts by Type of RevenueRevenue and Growth Forecasts for New Software LicensesRevenue and Growth Forecasts for Annual MaintenanceRevenue and Growth Forecasts for Software UpgradesDistribution and Percent of Revenue by Type of RevenueU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Conclusion and Strategic Recommendations for the U.S. Hospital EHR MarketSummary of Key Trends and Strategic RecommendationsConclusions and RecommendationsU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, ReferencesSecondary Research SourcesBibliographyU.S. Hospital EHR Market 2009-2016, Decision Support DatabaseDatabasesProjected Growth Rates for Public and Private National Health ExpendituresProjected Expenditures for Health Services and Supplies by Selected ObjectsNational Health Expenditures by Object for 2007 and 2008 and Projected Expenditures and Distribution for 2009Percent of Public vs. Private National Health ExpendituresRevenue for Selected Health Care Industries by Source of Revenue Annual Revenue for Health Care Industries by Provider Type Number and Growth Rate of Health Care Establishments by TypeNumber and Growth Rate of Community Hospitals by Bed SizeNumber of Community Hospitals by Location and Ownership Type Distribution of Hospitals by Ownership Type by State Number of Beds, Admissions, and Average Length of Stay for Community Hospitals by State Number of Community Hospitals by Bed Size by State




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