Electronic Health Records Market 2019: Detailed Analysis of Production Demand and Consumption Growth Rate by 2028
Global Electronic Health Records market report offers in-depth data and analysis results and information regarding drivers, restraints, opportunities, and trends validated by a mix of specialists with accurate knowledge of the specific industry and Electronic Health Records market as well as region-wise research expertise. The report comprises historical, current, and projected revenues for each sector, segment, end-use segment, and region.
Electronic health record (EHR) is a computerized version of paper record that stores information securely and is visible to other authorized users/practitioners. It is an electronic version of patient medical history which is maintained and includes all data related to patients care under particular doctor, including demographics, progress notes, problems, medication, vital signs, past medical history, immunizations, laboratory data and radiology reports.
Major factor driving growth of the global electronic health records (EHR) market is increasing demand by hospitals and clinics for systematic record keeping and EHR offering various beneficial options such as automatic share and updating of patients’ information across different offices and organization in particular network, provision of decision support systems for healthcare professionals, ability to share multimedia information and medical imaging results on different locations, etc. This helps save time and resources of hospitals and others.
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The next section of the report covers an in-depth segmentation of the market. The report includes valuable information about the key segments in the Global Electronic Health Records market along with revenue share and market size, region wise and country wise. The report explores the trends that will impact growth of the emerging regional sectors in the Global Electronic Health Records market.
The recent findings along with the potential for growth markets hold in future are also covered in the Global Electronic Health Records market report. The report features contributions from various key industry participants along with financials and other critical aspects.
Key Vendors of Electronic Health Records Market are Quality Systems Inc, LLC, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc, Greenway Health, Cerner Corporation, CureMD Corporation, AdvancedMD Inc, Epic Systems Corporation, General Electric Company, Computer Programs and Systems Inc and eClinicalWorks LLC.
Segmentation of Electronic Health Records market are:
By Product: Cloud-Based Software, Web-Based, On-Premise Software, By Type: Inpatient EHR, Ambulatory EHR, By End User: Hospitals, Ambulatory Care Centers, Home Healthcare Agencies, Nursing Homes, and Assisted Living Facilities, Diagnostic and Imaging Centers, Pharmacies
North America market is expected to dominate the global electronic health records market with higher market share as compared to other regional markets, and is expected to continue its dominance during the forecast period. This can be attributed to well-developed healthcare sector, early adoption of electronic health records by hospitals, clinics, etc., and presence of prominent market players operating in countries in this region.
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Global Electronic Health Records Report mainly covers following Chapters:
– Chapter One: Industry Overview
– Chapter Two: Regional and Country Market Analysis
– Chapter Three: Electronic Health Records Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis
– *Chapter Four: Production by Regions by Technology by Applications
– *Chapter Five: Manufacturing Process and Cost Structure
– *Chapter Six 2009-2015: Productions Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast
– Chapter Seven: Key success factors and Market Overview
– Chapter Eight: Research Methodology and About Us
*Please note Chapters four, five and six data will depend on feasibility of the Electronic Health Records market