— Dale Sanders (@drsanders) September 27, 2013
This was really big news this week. I’m not sure it’s quite a turning point for EMR. I think we’re still early in the war, but this was a big battle for Cerner to win. We’ll see what GE decides to do after losing this deal. Will GE leave this business behind or buy another vendor?
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— HIT Consultant Media (@hitconsultant) September 26, 2013
I think we don’t look nearly enough at the international EMR experience. We could learn a lot in the US from what’s happening nationally. Plus, for many EHR vendors the international opportunity is a big one that most don’t even consider.
— Vanessa Merker (@vlmerker) September 23, 2013
I’ve been preaching this for so long I can’t remember. I know there are EHR vendors that focus as much as they can on the patient, but compliance and reimbursement still means you have to make compromises. That’s not an indictment of those companies, but a reality of the situation.