Athenahealth has unseated Epic to become the top overall rated electronic health record software, according to the 2013 Best in KLAS report.
Epic, athenahealth and Greenway all stand out as EHR vendors, according to the latest KLAS Research report.
The Watertown, Mass.-based cloud-based health technology company athenahealth has announced it will add patient safety reporting to its workflow, according to Healthcare IT News. athenahealthwill...
San Francisco-based electronic health record vendor Practice Fusion is financially backing a promise that doctors who use its system will be 2014 Meaningful use-ready by the end of this year.
Patient engagement is a major component of Stage 2 of the Meaningful Use program, but patient portal vendors vary in their ability to meet the requirements, according to a new study released Sept. 17 by Orem, Utah-based KLAS Research.
Electronic health record provider athenahealth's recently published Physician Sentiment Index report finds that although most physicians believe EHRs can improve outcomes, more than half also say that the cost of such tools outweighs their benefit.
For the first half of 2013, health information technology saw more action in mergers and acquisitions than segments like healthcare business services, consumer health and pharma IT, according to a new report from New York-based investment bank Berkery Noyes.
A new report from Mercom Capitol Group reveals that venture capital funding in the healthcare IT sector continued to grow rapidly this quarter, with $623 million raised.
Physicians, take heed: The usability of ambulatory electronic health record systems varies significantly, according to a new report from Orem, Utah-based KLAS Research.
Jonathan Bush, CEO of Watertown, Mass.-based electronic health record vendor Athenahealth, is not impressed with the current levels of venture capital funding flowing into health information technology startups.