Healthcare IT News May 16, 2018
Bernie Monegain

But Epic leads in the physician office sector, according to the new report, and GE is now among the top four electronic health record vendors.

Cerner leads the worldwide EHR market with Epic taking the second spot, Allscripts in third and GE Healthcare at fourth.

“In the competition for large healthcare systems, it’s the top four EHR companies mainly participating with some exceptions,” Mary Anne Crandall, a senior analyst at Kalorama Information, wrote in the firm’s annual report on the state of EHRs.

For 2017, Cerner earned 17.3 percent market share, while Epic has 8.8 percent.

Allscripts, thanks to mergers and acquisitions of Misys and Eclipsys, rose to 6.1 percent.

That’s when looking at the overall global...

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