I recently got subscribed to the Navin, Haffty & Associates email newsletter. The title on their website claims they’re the “Largest and Most Respected MEDITECH consulting firm.” I’ll let you decide on those two counts, but they’re clearly all in as a consulting firm with MEDITECH. In their latest newsletter John Haffty, President of Navin, Haffty & Associates, shared some statistics on MEDITECH market share that I thought might be of interest to readers:
Statistically speaking, MEDITECH has over 2,400 clients. The number of MEDITECH clients by platform is outlined below:
Client/Server – 1,056
MAGIC – 848
6.x – 546
Over the past five years 285 clients have been added, 137 of which implemented 6.x. Clients often add their existing platform as they acquire hospitals and this has resulted in the addition of 22 MAGIC and 126 Client/Server sites. In addition, MEDITECH has signed 31 organizations for the new Ambulatory product. Of the 546 Ambulatory 6.x sites, 279 have chosen 6.1, with some already LIVE.
MEDITECH’s market share for hospitals by bed size demonstrates a strong industry presence:
23% – under 99 beds
36% – 100-199 beds
36% – 200-299 beds
27% – 300-399 beds
17% – 400+ beds
I’ve long argued that MEDITECH was still a sleeping giant in the EHR space. Epic and Cerner gets most of the headlines, but MEDITECH still has a massive market share. Of course, after CPSI’s acquisition of Healthland today, it looks like CPSI wants to play as well.