EHR systems assist medical practitioners in the creation, storage, and organization of electronic medical records, including patient charts, electronic prescriptions, lab orders, and evaluations (just to name a few common features). But what is the most popular electronic health records (EHR) software?
While the terms “EMR” and “EHR" are often used interchangeably, EMR solutions allow for patient information to be shared within one health care organization, whereas EHR solutions allow for health-related records to be shared across multiple organizations. Below is a look at some of the most popular options in both categories.
Capterra EHR Popularity Index
Why popularity as an index? The problem with market share is that it focuses exclusively on revenue and is therefore biased toward software companies that sell to large enterprises. The problem with trying to rate “the best” software is that this ranking varies greatly according to the needs of the buyers.
To measure popularity, Capterra aggregates publicly provided resources to identify the following attributes:
- Number of Customers
- Number of Users
- Google Searches
- Social Media Followers
- Alexia/Compete Rankings
Below is a look at the most popular EHR options as measured by a combination of their total number of customers, users, and social presence.
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