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Both "Tablet Usage by Physicians" & "Mobile Usage in the Medical Space" are now combined as a packaged report. Together they provide valuable comparisons and a comprehensive view of how physicians are using smartphones and tablets to facilitate patient care within their practices.
The combination of these two market share reports present data from 3365 surveyed clinicians and provide an excellent comparison tool for identifying the changes within the EHR market over the past few years.
This report identifies EHR market share by vendor and product within different sized clinics throughout the US between April 2010 and July 2011.
This report analyzes how physicians use mobile technology within their medical practice. It shows what smartphone features physicians are using and how often they use them. The frequency of smartphone activities are then broken down and compared between EHR and non-EHR users.
This 51 page report from AmericanEHR and the American Medical Association (AMA) shows that compared to five years ago, more physicians are reporting being dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with their EHR system. The survey on Physician Use of EHR Systems 2014 found that close to, or more than half of all respondents, reported a negative impact in response to questions about how their EHR system improved costs, efficiency or productivity.
Based on data from
the AmericanEHR survey examining physician use of EHR systems, this report explores physicians’ views
about the ease of use of their EHR systems. The data presented and analyzed in this report not only offers
useful insights into a critical challenge that vendors, policy makers, and healthcare providers are facing, it also
provides a reference point against which data from future AmericanEHR surveys can be compared.
The report analyzes how physicians are using tablet devices within the medical workspace and provides insights into how this technology is being used to improve patient care.
This report provides an in-depth analysis of surveyed responses to questions correlating length of training, involvement in EHR selection, and clinician ratings of usability to EHR satisfaction.
This report identifies EHR market share by vendor and product within different sized clinics throughout the U.S. The report boasts 15 graphs and 14 charts to accurately identify EHR market share ranging from the solo practitioner to clinics with 25+ clinicians.
This report identifies EHR market share by vendor and product within different sized clinics throughout the U.S. The report boasts 7 charts and 7 tables to accurately identify EHR market share ranging from the solo practitioner to clinics with 25+ clinicians.