US Ambulatory Electronic Health Record Market: 2015 - 2020

What to Expect as the Focus Shifts from Adoption to Optimization

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This study analyzes trends in the US ambulatory electronic health records (EHR) market, predicts changes in market measurements through 2020, and provides an analysis of challenges facing market participants. Value-based reimbursement provisions, payer consolidation, and EHR optimization agendas will accelerate adoption among ambulatory practices. Large practices and hospitals will continue to acquire smaller practices to maintain profitability and enhance market share. On-premise EHR’s lack of productivity and low return on investment will compel practices to switch to cloud-based platforms, which are cost competitive in the short term, remotely accessible, and more compatible to practice healthcare information technology.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
What Triggered EHR Adoption
Ambulatory EHR Market—Major Issues and Developments
Supply Market Outlook and Ambulatory EHR Revenue Forecast
Key Market Drivers and Restraints
Ambulatory EHR Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2015
CEO”s Perspective
3Big Predictions
2. Market Overview
Market Snapshot—HCIT
Digital Health Market Segmentation—First Level
EHR Market Segmentation
Solo/Partner Ambulatory Practices—Snapshot
Large Ambulatory Practices—Snapshot
3. Introduction to US Physician Practices
US Physician Practice—Market Evolution
US Physician Practice Demographics
Patient Visit Statistics—Optimistic and Exponential
Growth of US Physician Supply—Highly Restricted
US Physician Supply—Likely to Receive Regulatory Impetuses
Percent of Ambulatory Physicians by Practice Size
4. Introduction to EHR
EHR Optimization Objectives—Consistent with Changing Clinical Quality Measures
EHR Technology Migration Roadmap
EHR Maturity Stages
EHR Perceived as a PHM Enabler
Perceived EHR Benefits Accelerated Adoption
EHR Adaptation across Ambulatory Practice Sizes—Exponential and Consistent
EHR Adoption—Maturing but with a Significant Scope for Improvement
Reasons for Low MU Stage 2 Adoption
MU Stage 2 Capability Improvement—2010 and 2013
Reasons for EHR Adoption and Replacement Complement Each Other
Top EHR Benefits and Concerns
US Government—Keen to Establish EHR Adoption Maturity
EHR Penalty Exemption Outlook
Most Preferred EHR Features
EHR Top 3 Challenges
Demonstrating MU for 365 Days
Complying with Changing EHR Audit Measures
CMS Relaxes EHR MU Measures to Mitigate Challenges
Distribution Structure
Adoption of EHR Technology Platforms
Five Characteristics of an Ideal EHR Environment
5. EHR Pricing
EHR Pricing Model
HER Pricing TCO
Price Analysis—On-premise versus Cloud-based EHR: Base Year and Recurring Price
Base Year Price Comparison—On-premise versus Cloud-based EHR for Small-to-medium Practices
Base Year Price Comparison—On-premise versus Cloud EHR for Large Practices
TCO—On-premise versus Cloud-based HER
6. Drivers, Restraints, and Trends—Ambulatory EHR Market
Market Drivers
Digitization of Healthcare Delivery because of Increasing Demand Drives the Need for EHR Implementation
VBR Provisions have Mandated Rapid EHR Adoption across the Ambulatory Market
Provider Consolidation Propensity Accelerates EHR Replacement Growth
Increasing Demand of Healthcare Services, Coupled with a Projected Supply Shortfall, will Yield the Need for Efficient EHR Platforms
Market Restraints
Evolving Regulations Impose Advanced Technical Guidelines with which Many Practices Fail to Comply, Resulting in Lower MU Attestation
Ambulatory Physicians’ Inadequate HCIT Investment Capability Restricts the Potential Growth of the EHR Market
Data Security Concerns Persist, and Probable Consequences Hinder EHR Adoption Growth
7. Forecasts and Trends—Ambulatory EHR Market
Market Engineering Measurements
Revenue Forecast
Percent Revenue Forecast by Segment
Revenue Forecast by Segment
8. Demand Analysis
Penetration Analysis—Ambulatory EHR for Solo/Partner Practices
Penetration Analysis—Ambulatory EHR for Small-to-medium Practices
Penetration Analysis—Ambulatory EHR for Large Practices
Penetration Analysis—Ambulatory EHR for Other Practices
9. Segment Analysis
Market Engineering Measurements—Ambulatory EHR for Solo/Partner Practices
Revenue Forecast—Ambulatory EHR for Solo/Partner Practices
Revenue Forecast—Ambulatory EHR for Small-to-medium Practices
Market Engineering Measurements—Ambulatory EHR for Large Practices
Revenue Forecast—Ambulatory EHR for Large Practices
Market Engineering Measurements—Ambulatory EHR for Other Practices
Revenue Forecast—Ambulatory EHR for Other Practices
Ambulatory EHR for Practices Discussion
10. Competitive Environment
Ambulatory EHR Market: Competitive Structure, US, 2015
Recent Notable Deals
Ambulatory EHR Market—Key Companies to Watch
Vendor Selection Methodology—Follow 3 Steps to Ensure Strategic Sourcing
Functional Capabilities—Top Ambulatory EHR Vendors
Top 10 Ambulatory EHR Vendors in Order of Market Share
Largest EHR Vendors Drive Highest Ambulatory MU Attestation
EHR Vendor Performance on Client Value Parameters
Comparative Analysis—EHR Vendor Performance
Consolidated Ranking—Ease of Use
Consolidated Ranking—Client Support
Consolidated Ranking—Clinical Usability
athenahealth, Inc
Amazing Charts
eClinicalWorks
NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, LLC
McKesson Provider Technologies
Cerner Corporation
Allscripts
Practice Fusion
GE Healthcare
11. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
12. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology
List of Acronyms Used
Sources

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Key Market Drivers and Restraints
2. Executive Summary – 3 Big Predictions
3. Market Share – Top Five Vendors (2015)
4. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revision of MU Stage 2 Objective, US, 2015
5. Total Ambulatory EHR Market: Key Market Drivers, US, 2015–2020
6. Ambulatory EHR Market: Key Market Restraints, US, 2015–2020
7. Ambulatory EHR Market: Healthcare Data Breaches That Plague the Entire Ecosystem, US, 2015
8. Ambulatory EHR Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2015
9. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revenue Forecast by Segment, US, 2014–2020
10. Ambulatory EHR Market: Market Engineering Measurements for Solo/Partner Practices, US, 2015
11. Ambulatory EHR Market: Market Engineering Measurements for Small-to-medium Practices, US, 2015
12. Ambulatory EHR Market : Market Engineering Measurements for Large Practices, US, 2015
13. Ambulatory EHR Market : Market Engineering Measurements for Other Practices*, US, 2015
14. Ambulatory EHR Market: Competitive Structure, US, 2015
15. Ambulatory EHR Market: Notable Industry Deals, US, 2015
16. Ambulatory EHR Market: Functional Capabilities by Top Ambulatory EHR Vendor, US, 2015
17. Ambulatory EHR Market: Market Share and Products of Select Companies, US, 2015
18. Ambulatory EHR Market: Consolidated Ranking—Ease of Use, US, 2014
19. Ambulatory EHR Market: Consolidated Ranking—Client Support, US, 2014
20. Ambulatory EHR Market: Consolidated Ranking—Interoperability, US, 2014
21. Ambulatory EHR Market: Consolidated Ranking—Clinical Usability, US, 2014


1. Ambulatory EHR Market: Market Engineering Measurements, US, 2015
2. HCIT Market: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2014 and 2015
3. HCIT Market: Regional Sales, Global, 2014
4. Digital Health Market: Market Segmentation—First Level, US, 2015
5. EHR Market: Market Segmentation, US, 2015
6. Ambulatory EHR Market: EHR Revenue Contribution— Small-to-medium Ambulatory Practices, US, 2015
7. Ambulatory EHR Market: EHR Revenue Contribution—Large Ambulatory Practices, US, 2015
8. Ambulatory EHR Market: Provider Consolidation Landscape—Market Evolution, US, 1930–2009
9. ] Ambulatory EHR Market: Total Number of Physicians by Facility, US, 2010 and 2015
10. Ambulatory EHR Market: Distribution of Ambulatory Physicians by Specialty, US, 2007 and 2012
11. Ambulatory EHR Market: Distribution of Ambulatory Physicians by Sex, US, 2007 and 2012
12. Ambulatory EHR Market: Distribution of Ambulatory Physicians by Age, US, 2007 and 2012
13. Ambulatory EHR Market: Population Demographic Transformation and Patient ACA Expansion, US, 2025
14. Ambulatory EHR Market: Projected Physician Supply, US, 2013–2020
15. Ambulatory EHR Market: Projected Physician Supply and Demand, US, 2013–2020
16. Ambulatory EHR Market: Percent of Ambulatory Physicians by Practice Size, US, 2014–2020
17. Ambulatory EHR Market: Contextual Framework of EHR Objective Transformation, US, 2009–2020
18. Ambulatory EHR Market: Technology Evolution Roadmap, US, 2005–2015
19. Ambulatory EHR Market: EHR Maturity Stages, US, 2009–2020
20. Ambulatory EHR Market: The Road to PHM, US, 2015
21. Ambulatory EHR Market: Percent of Providers Adopting Any, Basic, and Fully Functional EHR, US, 2006–2013
22. Ambulatory EHR Market: MU Stage 2 Readiness—Ambulatory Physicians, US, 2013
23. Ambulatory EHR Market: Improved Adherence of MU Objectives, US, 2010 and 2013
24. Ambulatory EHR Market: Reasons to Purchase EHR for the First Time, US, 2014
25. Ambulatory EHR Market: Reasons to Replace EHR, US, 2014
26. Ambulatory EHR Market: Top EHR Benefits and Concerns, US, 2015
27. Ambulatory EHR Market: Penalty Outlook for Not Demonstrating EHR MU, US, 2015–2020
28. Ambulatory EHR Market: Penalty Outlook for Not Demonstrating EHR MU, US, 2015–2020
29. Ambulatory EHR Market: EHR Penalty Exemption Outlook, US, 2015
30. Ambulatory EHR Market: Most Preferred EHR Features, US, 2014
31. ICD-10 Readiness
32. Demonstrating MU for 365 Days
33. Complying with Changing EHR Audit Measures
34. Ambulatory EHR Market: Distribution Structure, US, 2015
35. Ambulatory EHR Market: Shift in EHR Technology Adoption, US, 2015–2020
36. EHR Pricing Model
37. Ambulatory EHR Market: EHR Pricing TCO, US, 2015
38. Ambulatory EHR Market: Comparative Price—On-premise vs. Cloud Platform for Limited Requirement, US, 2015
39. Ambulatory EHR Market: Comparative Price—On-premise vs. Cloud Platform for Comprehensive Requirement, US, 2015
40. Ambulatory EHR Market: Comparative Price—On-Premise vs. Cloud Platform for Limited Requirement for Small-to-medium Practices, US, 2015
41. Ambulatory EHR Market: Comparative Price—On-Premise vs. Cloud Platform for Comprehensive Requirement for Large Practices, US, 2015
42. Ambulatory EHR Market: TCO—On-premise vs. Cloud-based EHR for Comprehensive Requirement, US, 2015
43. EHR Value Proposition
44. Ambulatory EHR Market: EHR Use Adoption Basic to Advanced, US, 2015
45. EHR ROI Calculation
46. Ambulatory EHR Market: Evolution of Healthcare Reimbursement—Key Milestones, US, 2015–2020
47. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revenue Forecast, US, 2014–2020
48. Ambulatory EHR Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Segment, US, 2014–2020
49. Ambulatory EHR Market: Penetration Analysis for Solo/Partner Practices, US, 2015
50. Ambulatory EHR Market: Penetration Analysis for Small-to-medium Practices, US, 2015
51. Ambulatory EHR Market: Penetration Analysis for Large Practices, US, 2015
52. Ambulatory EHR Market: Penetration Analysis for Other Practices*, US, 2015
53. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revenue Forecast for Solo/Partner Practices, US, 2014–2020
54. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revenue Forecast for Small-to-medium Practices, US, 2014–2020
55. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revenue Forecast for Large Practices, US, 2014–2020
56. Ambulatory EHR Market: Revenue Forecast for Other Practices, US, 2014–2020
57. Ambulatory EHR Market: Select Market Participants by Tiers of Competition, US, 2015*
58. Ambulatory EHR Market: Vendor Selection Methodology, US, 2015
59. Vendor Engagement—Fragmented among Ambulatory Practices
60. Ambulatory EHR Market: Number of EHR MU Attestations by Vendor, US, 2014
61. Ambulatory EHR Market: Vendors Client Value Ratings, US, 2014



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