U.S. Markets for EMR (Electronic Medical Record) Technology

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Published Jan 1, 2009 | 140 Pages | Pub ID: KLI1636276

In 2009, Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is the core focus of most health information technology offerings. Government initiatives (most recently stimulus bill EMR provisions) and cost concerns are key drivers of EMR and will continue to drive purchases of EMR systems in the near future. Technologies such as patient monitoring systems and handheld devices will need to adapt to EMR systems to thrive. Those seeking to understand the health IT market will need to build products that address the need for EMR, or work around existing systems and an understanding of EMR products in the marketplace is critical.

A Dynamic Market

Since the last time that Kalorama tackled the EMR market in a market research study two years ago, there have been significant changes. Who are the main players in EMR now? What types of EMR systems are being requested by hospitals and physicians? What are the costs of installing an EMR system for hospitals and physicians? What kind of plans are vendors offering? How much can vendors expect to compete for in the next five years?

This report provides information on the most important companies competing in this market. Vendors are a vital part of shaping this industry, but having the competitive intelligence is just one part of advancing this industry. Participants need to be ever vigilant of the economic pulse and the government’s role in healthcare to properly meet the challenges facing the industry today and in the future.

Relevant Information For Competitors and Potential New Entrants

This Report, US Markets for Electronic Medical Records Technology, takes a current look at the market for EMR in the US. The report includes:

  • EMR Market Size and Forecasts
  • Profile of Key Companies in the Market
  • Trends Driving the Market
  • Regulatory Activity
  • Comparision of EMR Vendor Offerings
  • Physician Preference on EMR Features
  • Market Share of Large Competitors
  • High End/Low End Costs for EMR Installation
  • EMR Use Statistics for Key Buyers (Hospitals, Physician Offices)

The electronic medical records market in the United States is competitive with a number of providers. Companies remain competitive by offering high-quality solution packages to private practices and hospitals. Several leading market participants are discussed in this report including:

  • Cerner
  • Computer Programs & Systems
  • Eclipsys
  • Epic
  • GE Healthcare
  • McKesson
  • Meditech
  • MedPlus
  • QuadraMed Corporation
  • Siemens
  • Other Companies
Publisher's note: This report was published prior to the AARA (stimulus bill) incentives. However, Kalorama has not at this point issued a major reforcast; forecasts took into account potential government incentives.
CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • Industry at a Glance
  • Scope and Methodology
  • Size and Growth of the Market
  • Key Issues and Trends Affecting the Market
  • Leading Market Participants
CHAPTER TWO: INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Introduction
  • The Medical Record
  • The Electronic Medical Record
  • Industry Terminology
  • Industry Structure
  • Advantages
    • Increased Access and Efficiency
    • Improved Documentation
    • Quality of Care
    • Increased Resource
    • Quality Assurance
    • Eliminates Costs
  • Disadvantages
    • Reliability
    • Accountability
    • Patient Privacy
    • EMR Software
    • Hardware Requirements
    • Components of an EMR
    • Administrative System Components
    • Laboratory System Components
    • Radiology System Components
    • Pharmacy System Components
    • Computerized Physician Order Entry
    • Clinical Documentation
    • Flow of Patient Data across Various Components
  • Pricing of EMRs
  • Emerging Trends
    • The Personal Health Record System
    • Smart Cards Technology
    • Wireless Technologies
    • Interoperable Systems
    • Dimensions of Interoperability
    • Benefits
    • Open Source EMR Applications
    • Benefits of Open Source EMR Applications
  • Adoption Issues
    • Cost-Benefit Analysis
      • Implementation Costs and ROI for Office-based Physicians
      • Implementation Costs and ROI for Hospitals
      • Summary
    • Demographic Trends
      • Population Over Age 65
      • Life Expectancy
    • Privacy Issues
    • Technology Limitations
      • Social and Organizational Barriers
    • International Markets and Trends
      • European Union and Asia-Pacific Markets
      • The US Market
CHAPTER THREE: LEADING MARKET PARTICIPANTS
    Allscripts Corporation
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    Cerner Corporation
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    Computer Programs and Systems, Inc.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Products and Service Key Competitor
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    Eclipsys Corporation
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review Key Acquisitions, Mergers, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    Epic Systems, Inc.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    GE Healthcare
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    Medical Information Technology, Inc.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    MedPlus, Inc.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    McKesson Corporation
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Services
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
    Quadramed Corporation
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
  • Siemens Medical Solutions
    • Company Overview
    • Performance Review
    • Key Acquisitions, Alliances, and Partnerships
    • Products and Service
    • Key Competitors
    • Key Executives
    • Growth Strategy
    • Locations
CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET TRENDS AND SUMMARY
  • Market Overview
  • Competitive Analysis
    • Hospitals and Health System Technology Providers
    • Practice Management System (PMS) Acquirers
    • Pharmacy Services Providers
    • Other Entities
CHAPTER FIVE: CONCLUSIONS
  • Overview
    • Vendor Perspective -Physician Practices
    • Rising Healthcare Costs and EMR Implementation
    • Benefits of EMRs
    • Increasing Opportunities for New Players
    • Government Prompting
APPENDIX TABLE OF EXHIBITS CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • Table 1-1: EMR Market Analysis, 2005-2007

  • Table 1-2: Forecasted EMR Market Analysis: 2008-2012

  • Figure1-1: EMR Market Analysis: 2005-2012

  • Figure1-1: Top Four Market Participants
CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION
  • Table 2-1: Age-wise Percentage Distribution of Office-based Physicians Using EMR (US, 2006)

  • Table 2-2: Percentage Distribution of Office-based Physicians Using EMR by Practice Characteristics (US, 2006)

  • Table 2-3: Location Characteristics of Office-based Physicians 2006 (US, 2006)

  • Table 2-4: Percentage of Office-based Physicians Using Select EMR Features (US, 2006)

  • Table 2-5: Percentage Installation of Various Clinical Applications in Hospitals (US, 2006)

  • Table 2-6: Hospitals Automated or Contracted for EMR, CDR, CPOE, LIS, PMS, POC, RIS, and Radiology PACS (US, 2006)

  • Table 2-7: EMR System Implementation Rate across Various Operating Room Environments (US, 2005)

  • Table 2-8: Average Total Cost for a Three-physician Practice for EMR/PMS Installations (2005-2008)

  • Table 2-9: Total Cost Range for EMR/PMS Installations (2005)

  • Table 2-10: Two-year Total Cost for EMR/PMS Installations/Subscriptions 2005-2007

  • Table 2-11: Cost Break-up for a Typical One-Physician Practice (5-year period)

  • Figure2-1: Distribution of Cumulative Savings

  • Table 2-12: Total Implementation Cost for Healthcare Systems - Physicians and Hospitals (Low End, High End, Average Cost)

  • Table 2-13: The U.S. Population, 1980-2020

  • Figure2-2: The US Population, 1980-2020

  • Table 2-14: Percent U.S. Population Over Age 65 by Year

  • Figure2-3: Estimated Population by Age Group, 2000 and 2050

  • Table 2-15: Average U.S. Life Expectancy in Years 1980, 2004 and 2006

  • Figure2-4: Average U.S. Life Expectancy in Years 1980, 2004 and 2006

  • Figure2-5: By Sector Contribution to the US GDP (2007)

  • Figure2-6: The US Healthcare Spending (2005-2016)
CHAPTER THREE: COMPANY PROFILES
  • Table 3-1: Corporate Details of Allscripts Healthcare Solutions

  • Figure 3-1: Allscripts Revenues 2005-2007 ($million)

  • Table 3-2: Key Executives of Allscripts Healthcare Solutions

  • Table 3-1: Corporate Details of Cerner Corporation

  • Figure3-1: Cerner Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-2: Key Executives of Cerner Corporation

  • Table 3-3: Corporate Details of Computer Programs and Systems, Inc.

  • Figure3-2: CPSI Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-4: Key Executives of CPSI Corporation

  • Table 3-5: Corporate Details of Eclipsys Corporation

  • Figure3-3: Eclipsys Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-6: Key Executives of Eclipsys Corporation

  • Table 3-7: Corporate Details of Epic Systems, Inc.

  • Figure3-4: Epic (estimated) Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-8: Key Executives of Epic Corporation

  • Table 3-9: Corporate Details of GE Healthcare

  • Figure3-5: GE Healthcare Applications Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-10: Key Executives of GE Healthcare

  • Table 3-11: Corporate Details of Medi-Tech Inc.

  • Figure3-6: MediTech Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-12: Key Executives of MediTech

  • Table 3-13: Corporate Details of MedPlus

  • Figure 3-7: MedPlus Revenues 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-14: Key Executives of MedPlus

  • Table 3-15: Corporate Details of McKesson Corporation

  • Figure3-8: McKesson Revenues, 2006-2008 ($millions)

  • Table 3-16: Key Executives of McKesson Corporation

  • Table 3-17: Corporate Details of QuadraMed Corporation

  • Figure 3-9: QuadraMed Revenues, 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-18: Key Executives of QuadraMed

  • Table 3-19: Corporate Details of Siemens Medical Solutions

  • Figure3-10: Siemens Medical Solutions Revenues, 2005-2007 ($millions)

  • Table 3-20: Key Executives of Siemens Medical Solutions
CHAPTER FOUR: EMR MARKET ANALYSIS
  • Table 4-1: EMR Market Analysis, 2005-2007

  • Table 4-2: Forecasted EMR Market Analysis: 2008-2012

  • Figure4-1: EMR Market Analysis: 2005-2012

  • Table 4-3: Revenues and Market Share of EMR Providers 2007

  • Figure4-2: Revenues and Market Share of EMR Providers 2007