London, UK (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Following the inception of the National Programme for IT in the UK, the technology has witnessed tremendous breakthroughs, the concept of clinical mobility has extended considerably, as well as the total number of data custodians has increased to a large extent. The next generation EPR solutions are deemed as the anchor that will likely help an informatics platform to mitigate risks and facilitate near real-time diagnostics. At the same time, the suppliers that do not include modular offerings or core EPR in their portfolios should not regard the opportunity pipeline as narrow, or even consider themselves excluded from today’s health dialogue.
The leading companies involved in the market for EPR in secondary care includes, among others, GE Healthcare, Red Cross, Channel 3 Consulting, Silverlink, Capita Clinical Solutions, Shapiro Consulting, Kainos, McKesson, QuickSilva, System C, CSE Healthcare, Capita Clinical Solutions, Essentia, Advanced Health, Alert Life Sciences, Clarity Informatics, etc.
In-demand research report “ERP: Prelude to the lean hospital? - Market overview of EPR transformational plans within secondary care” elaborated by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: ERP: Prelude to the lean hospital? - Market overview of EPR transformational plans within secondary care
Published: December, 2013
Price: US$ 4,779.00
The research study presents a holistic view on the EPR transformational plans within the secondary care health market, along with a comprehensive profile of EPR technology including its definition, operational perspective, core EPR models, etc. It covers the process of technology evolution, describes the transitioning to the next generation solutions, thoroughly discusses the major EPR related issues, examines the EPR prevailing trends, and contains an insightful overview of the opportunity pipeline. The report evaluates the current potential of the EPR technology, provides the business case for EPR, illustrates the business environment, delves into the NHS trust landscape, and discloses information on the current EPR procurement. Additionally, the future forecasts of EPR sector are available in the study.
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