-- 242 C-level executives, 304 providers, 313 information system professionals, and 1,029 practice administrators, managers and other staff.
-- Participation from practices of all sizes with 444 respondents in practices with 1 to 3 MDs (24 percent), 894 with 4 to 25 MDs (47 percent), 284 with 26 to 100 MDs (15 percent), and 266 with over 100 MDs (14 percent).
-- A variety of practice types including 801 single specialty (42 percent), 596 multi-specialty (31 percent), 423 primary care (22 percent) and 71 "other" types (4 percent).
-- Groups that currently had an EHR (1,148 or 60 percent) outpaced those that did not have an EHR (740 or 40 percent) due in part to the significant EHR user base of Allscripts, although we did not measure the number of EHR users in the survey who use Allscripts EHRs.
All survey participants work in medical groups utilizing either EHR, e-prescribing, practice management, revenue cycle management, document management, or medication services products from Allscripts.
Allscripts (Nasdaq: MDRX) uses innovation technology to bring health to
healthcare. More than 150,000 physicians, 700 hospitals and nearly 7,000
post-acute and homecare organizations utilize Allscripts to improve the health
of their patients and their bottom line. The company's award-winning
solutions include electronic health records, electronic prescribing, revenue
cycle management, practice management, document management, medication
services, hospital care management, emergency department information systems
and homecare automation. Allscripts is the brand name of Allscripts-Misys
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