EMR and EHR Vendor Information

Many of you have been visiting my new EMR, EHR, Healthcare IT and HIPAA wiki. Thanks for visiting it and hopefully the content will continue to grow over time. I believe that it can become a very valuable resource for those looking at selecting, implementing and using an EMR or EHR.

In an attempt to fill out more of the EMR and EHR matrix of companies, I’m looking to get some help from EMR and HIPAA readers. Please, if you are an EMR vendor, an EMR user or are just familiar with a certain EMR software, then let me know about it.

Here’s the information I’m looking to obtain for each EMR vendor (at least as a start):
Company Name:
Software Name:
Latest Stable Version:
Payment Methodology:
O/S Compatability:

Feel free to sign up for the EMR Wiki and add it directly to the wiki, leave it in the comments of this post, or fill out the contact us page. If you want to see examples of what I’m looking for just look at the EMR and EHR Matrix for a few examples.

About the author

John Lynn

John Lynn

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com, a network of leading Healthcare IT resources. The flagship blog, Healthcare IT Today, contains over 13,000 articles with over half of the articles written by John. These EMR and Healthcare IT related articles have been viewed over 20 million times.

John manages Healthcare IT Central, the leading career Health IT job board. He also organizes the first of its kind conference and community focused on healthcare marketing, Healthcare and IT Marketing Conference, and a healthcare IT conference, EXPO.health, focused on practical healthcare IT innovation. John is an advisor to multiple healthcare IT companies. John is highly involved in social media, and in addition to his blogs can be found on Twitter: @techguy.


  • Thanks Deborah. The more qualified people the merrier. Hopefully I can keep it open for editing and we can get lots of contributors. We’ll see how it goes. So far it’s been received quite well and gotten a nice amount of page views.

  • Hi, John. I am a software engineer for Intuitive Medical Software where we specialize in specialty-specific EMR software. We develop an EMR called “UroChart EMR”, our urology-specific EMR. We are looking into moving into other surgical specialties in the future. Our software is available through our hosting (SAAS) or as a client/server setup. I would appreciate being added to your EMR matrix wiki. Our product is written in C#. For more product information or for information on how we could partner together, please contact us at info@intuitivemedical.com. Thanks!

  • Hi Joshua,
    Thanks for stopping by and pointing us to UroChart EMR. I’ve added you to the EMR matrix of companies. Can you tell me the latest stable version of your software? Also, what’s your billing method? One time fee? Monthly per provider?

  • John, thanks for adding us. The latest stable version is 2.2. We are currently working through CCHIT certification and will release version 3.0 (CCHIT certified) some time this summer. We bill client/server per provider one-time cost with annual maintenance, and we bill hosted monthly per provider. We also have discounted rates for PA’s. Nurses and other office personnel are not charged. However, all pricing information is handled through the sales department and subject to change without notice or obligation. All pricing is handled on a case-by-case basis. Thanks again!

  • Thanks for the quick response Joshua. I guess that no subscribe to feature for my blog is working well.

    I’ve added the other details, but forgot to ask about O/S compatibility. Windows XP, Vista, Linux, Mac, Cell Phone?

  • Ah, sorry, I meant to include that. Our software runs on the .Net framework, so it works on Windows XP and Windows Vista (x86 or x64). For hosted customers, it runs from any computer that can install the 2X remote access client, which is currently Windows, Linux, and Mac. We also have an iPhone application for hospital rounds and documents access (but not the full EMR). We are also looking into a blackberry application similar to our iPhone app.

  • Hi John, I work at First Medical Solutions. We have developed FirstEMR® 1.5 for multi-speciality practices. Our application is client-server based and developed in C# and .NET. Our pricing model is Upront payment, financing, monthly leasing plus annual maintenance contract. We are currently compatible across all windows platforms (XP and higher).

    Future development releases for 4Q09 – First Medical Office® (PMS and Billing) and First Medical Suite (Fully integrated solution PMS, EMR, Billing). In 1Q10 we will release our Web-Based application built on .NET and AJAX.

    Thank you, John!


  • John,
    I work at Greenway Medical Technologies, I think your page is a great idea and wanted you to have our updated information. Our clients run WinXP, Vista, we are Windows7 compliant with a specific version of PrimeSuite. We don’t run on Mac OS X, Linux, or Solaris without emulator/virtual machines. There is currently an iPhone app in the works that might qualify us for cell phone as well as the PrimeMobile product line. We run on Microsoft SQL Server for the backend database. We typically run web based in a LAN environment but also offer a hosted type solution. Our primary languages are ASP/ASP.NET and VB/VB.NET.

    Thanks and let me know if i left anything out.

  • Hi John,

    Great website. My company Compass Revenue Management utilizes a few different EMR and electronic billing systems. The best one is Medrium. It’s an all cloud based system and contains everything that our clients need to run their practice, including electronic claims submission, Hippa compliant messaging, scheduler and of course an EMR system. Because its in the cloud all our clients need to have is a browser. They never have to pay for updates.

  • Bob,
    Thanks for sharing your view. I’d love to learn more about why you like Medrium so much. What you described so far is true for pretty much any SaaS based EMR software out there. At least most of them. So, it’s hard to use that as a differentiation point from the other EMR software that’s in the cloud.

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