Here is a comprehensive list of EHR vendors. This alphabetical list also includes the recommendations mentioned above.
Advanced Data Systems – This company's Medics EHR is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and is ICD-10 ready. The system includes options for integrated practice management, billing and revenue cycle management. Live demonstrations are available through ADSC.com.
AdvancedMD – AdvancedEHR integrates with scheduling and billing software, and it has a cloud-based option and an iOS mobile application. It is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready. You can find more information at AdvancedMD.com.
Allscripts – The Allscripts Professional EHR is designed for small and midsize practices. It offers strong interoperability with labs and pharmacies, Meaningful Use Stage II certification, and ICD-10 preparedness. You can request product demonstrations at Allscripts.com.
Amazing Charts – Amazing Charts is designed by a doctor for usability and affordability. It is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready, and it offers integrated practice management. Free trials and demonstration videos are available at AmazingCharts.com.
Athenahealth – Athenahealth's cloud-based system offers integrated practice management and billing software, Meaningful Use Stage II certification, and ICD-10 preparedness. You can request a live demonstration or view a product demo video at Athenahealth.com.
CareCloud – CareCloud is a specialty-driven EHR and practice management solution focused on ease of use and implementation. It is suitable for practices of all sizes and can be tailored to suit your specific needs. More information is available at CareCloud.com.
Cerner – Cerner's EHR system is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and ICD-10 ready. It offers integrated practice management and billing systems, and it aims to maximize engagement between physicians and patients. More information is available at Cerner.com.
ChartLogic – ChartLogic is an EHR that focuses on voice recognition and commands, with the idea that hands-free, accurate navigation is essential to keep providers engaged with their patients instead of occupied with a computer. It supports a variety of specialties and offers the flexibility to suit various needs. More information is available at ChartLogic.com.
ChartPerfect – Formerly known as Acrendo Software, this EHR system is available in client-server or cloud-based options, certified for Meaningful Use Stage II, and ICD-10 ready. It also integrates practice management and revenue cycle management software. Product demonstrations are available at ChartPerfect.com.
CompuGroup Medical – CompuGroup's EHR has an integrated practice management system and is available in a web-based version. Video demonstrations are available at CGM.com.
Core Solutions Inc. – This is an EHR solution for behavioral health as well as health and human services practices. Learn more at CoreSolutionsInc.com.
eClinical Works – eClinical Works' 10e EHR includes electronic referrals, hospital interoperability and data reports on healthcare records. Other features and live demonstrations are available at eClinicalWorks.com.
Elation Health – Elation Health aims to minimize the number of clicks and navigation needed for providers to access all facets of clinical care. It attempts to streamline workflows so providers can do more with fewer clicks. The company offers 24/7 support, 365 days a year. More information is available at ElationHealth.com.
eMDs – Both Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready, eMDs focuses on usability and capturing clinical and billing data. It also offers cloud-based hosting. A free trial is available at eMDs.com.
Epic – The EpicCare EHR offers an integrated practice management system, Meaningful Use Stage II certification and ICD-10 preparedness. Epic touts its interoperability across the continuum of care as a hallmark of the system. More information is available at Epic.com.
Evident – The Thrive EHR application from Evident is built for rural communities, hospitals and practices. The system integrates practice management, billing and financial management software. Find out more at Evident.com.
General Electric – The GE Centricity EMR is designed to work with practice management systems at large practices. Customizable to individual workflows, the system promises seamless interoperability, Meaningful Use Stage II certification and ICD-10 readiness. Webinars and more information are available at GEHealthcare.com.
Greenway Health – Greenway Health's Prime Suite is ICD-10 ready and Meaningful Use Stage II certified. It offers an integrated EHR and practice management system that it calls usable and flexible. More information and video demonstrations are available at GreenwayHealth.com.
Healthland – The Healthland Ambulatory EHR offers a Windows-based, customizable user interface. It includes referral management software, an integrated task manager and e-prescribing. More information is available at Evident.com/Healthland.
Kareo – Kareo is a free, cloud-based EHR that is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready. It offers secure messaging, an integrated patient portal and a comprehensive dashboard. More information and video demonstrations are available at Kareo.com.
LeonardoMD – A web-based EHR with an integrated billing and practice management system, LeonardoMD offers customizable workflows, tutorials and one-on-one implementation consultants. You can request a live demonstration at LeonardoMD.com.
McKesson – McKesson's EHR hosts an integrated practice management system, is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and comes ICD-10 ready. Both client-server and cloud-based, McKesson aims to tailor its system to the size of the practice using it. Video demonstrations are available at McKesson.com.
Medent – Medent's EHR offers mobile access, billing and practice management software. It is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready, and it can be configured for client-server or cloud hosting. Find out more at Medent.com.
Medhost – This EHR system eliminates dropdown menus and unnecessary screens for simplicity and usability. MEDHOST boasts strong interoperability with hospital systems, labs and pharmacies. It can operate through an iPad application. You can schedule a demonstration at Medhost.com.
Meditech – Meditech's EHR system focuses on data sharing and interoperability. It is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready. Meditech offers a web-based option and is mobile-friendly. More information is available at Meditech.com.
Modernizing Medicine – Built "from the ground up" by a doctor, Modernizing Medicine is an iPad-native EHR tailored to the specific needs of various specialists. It is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and ICD-10 ready. Live demonstrations are available for scheduling at ModMed.com.
NextGen – NextGen's EHR, formerly known as MediTouch, focuses on ease of use, integration with practice management and billing systems, and interoperability. It is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and ICD-10 ready. Demonstrations are available at
NueMD – Nuesoft's NueMD EHR system supports more than 100 specialties, which makes it one of the most versatile solutions we reviewed. It is ICD-10 ready, highly interoperable and Meaningful Use II certified. Find out more at NueMD.com.
Nextech – Nextech's EHR primarily supports three specialties – ophthalmology, plastic surgery and dermatology – and can integrate with the company's practice management solutions. Nextech offers an iOS mobile application, so providers can retrieve data on the go and even chart anywhere. Learn more at Nextech.com.
Practice Fusion – Practice Fusion is a free, cloud-based EHR that organizes every feature into one local dashboard. It operates across all devices, and is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready. Video demonstration and downloads are available at PracticeFusion.com.
Praxis – Praxis EMR uses AI and machine-learning algorithms to save physicians time in predictable situations. It also eschews traditional templates in favor of cause-effect triggers known as agents. Find out more at PraxisEMR.com.
PrognoCIS (Bizmatics) – PrognoCIS is cloud-based EMR software intended for ambulatory medical practices of all sizes and specialties. It is Meaningful Use ready for MIPS/MACRA and has a user-friendly interface. Find out more at PrognoCIS.com.
Quest Diagnostics – The Care360 EHR offers e-prescriptions, secure messages and multisystem interoperability. It is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II, ICD-10 ready and available on mobile platforms. You can request a demonstration at QuestDiagnostics.com.
ReLi Med – ReLi Med's EHR shows high user satisfaction in reviews; users praise its excellent interface and interoperability as well as its selection of specialties. Customers also reported excellent support and technical training from the company. Find out more at ReLiMed.com.
Sevocity – At $359 after startup costs, Sevocity is an affordable EHR solution that promises a customized experience, features for different specialties and a patient portal. Sevocity is Meaningful Use Stage II certified. Find out more at Sevocity.com.
WEBeDoctor – WEBeDoctor prides itself on adaptability to individual workflows. The EHR offers an integrated practice management and billing system as well as connectivity between your devices through the cloud. It is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready. More information is available at WEBeDoctor.com.
WorldVistA – The official EHR of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, VA-CPRS is available for demonstration download and trial at WorldVistA.org.
WRS Health – This extremely interoperable EHR features several of the most used interface engines, meaning you can all but guarantee it will communicate with other members of the healthcare ecosystem. Starting at $299 per user per month, WRS Health is a reasonably affordable EHR system with highly customizable workflows and templates. Find out more at WRSHealth.com.
Zoobook Systems – Zoobook Systems offers an all-in-one EMR and practice management system. It is a unified platform for storing policies, procedures, contracts and clinical documentation. Find out more at ZoobookSystems.com.
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