achievement was scored by Practice Fusion with 98,5% of clients anticipated or already expecting Stage 1 MU and 96% expecting Stage 2 . Other top e-Prescribing performers for satisfaction and meaningful use implementation include: athenahealth, Vitera, SRS Soft, Waiting Room Solutions, Cerner, SOAPware, Allscripts and Epic Systems.
Highest interoperability honors were awarded to Emdeon for outstanding developments in clinical exchange solutions. HealthFusion, CureMD, Pulse, AmazingCharts, RxNT, OmniMD, and California Medical Systems also achieved top interoperability scores by current users.
“As physicians face looming penalties for not demonstrating evidence of electronic prescribing compliance with program criteria, many current users report predicted vendor shifts due to either system inadequacies, lack of vendor support or timely implementations,” said Brown. “Top ranked vendors can expect a movement of 2013 new client acquisition as medical practices reach their breaking point with first choice software suppliers who have overpromised and under delivered on e-Rx.”
Black Book Rankings polled the vendor satisfaction of over 24,000 current e-Rx users, healthcare records professionals, physician practice administrators, and hospital information technology managers. Additionally, 57,000 study participants that have not yet fully implemented or use electronic health records or e-Prescribing provided insight on budgeting, adoption plans, factors driving EHR decisions and vendor awareness from July to November this year.
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