Cementing Its Dedication to Innovation, Healthcare Informatics Launches Insightful, Product-Level Leadership Series

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Healthcare Informatics—the most comprehensive and widely circulated publication on healthcare information technologies since 1984—recently released its highly regarded Healthcare Informatics 100, the anchor element to its year-long celebration of product innovation and leadership.

This year, the Healthcare Informatics 100 includes product segment breakouts, revenue charts, and video interviews of the company’s top executives. To further acknowledge those companies leading the industry, Healthcare Informatics is now releasing the top vendors in each of the seven (7) highly critical product segments, including: Financial Information Systems; Clinical Information Systems; Data Analytics; Data Management; Data Security; Data Exchange; and Consulting Services.

Over the next several days, Healthcare Informatics will be revealing its top 5 companies—based on percentage of total health IT revenue—within the aforementioned categories. This data, along with the content that accompanies it, gives readers a greater sense of the latest market trends within each of these respective product categories.

“We are delighted to be able to provide an additional layer of nuance to the data and information that we had already been offering to our readers with the Healthcare Informatics 100,” says Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Informatics. “The editors of Healthcare Informatics are committed to helping our readers optimally understand the healthcare IT vendor market and its complexity.”

Rich Tomko, Vice President and Managing Director for Healthcare Informatics, states, “By gaining deeper insight into the revenue numbers submitted, we are better able to identify which companies and leaders are driving technological innovation, at scale, in each of the product segments developing in the U.S. healthcare industry. Further, as the year advances, we are excited to continually highlight the thought leaders at these companies in order to help our readers understand how these companies see the industry and specifically their product segments evolving.”

About Healthcare Informatics 100:
For more than 20 years, Healthcare Informatics has compiled The Healthcare Informatics 100, a complete look at the top 100 revenue-earning companies in the industry, eligible to any company that can identify HIT-based revenues. To formulate the list, the Healthcare Informatics editorial staff works closely with outside industry consultants. Sales figures are submitted, compiled, and reviewed so as to ensure that the deserving companies are included in the list. Each year, companies submit over a three-month span that involves significant research and data management.

With its finger on the pulse of the most significant trends currently impacting the health IT landscape, Healthcare Informatics is committed to recognizing the expert thought leaders who are propelling their companies to the top of the market. Many of The Healthcare Informatics 100 company listings feature videos of vendor executives answering questions about today’s most significant developments. These videos were showcased at the Healthcare Informatics booth at the HIMSS16 conference earlier this year in Las Vegas.

About Healthcare Informatics:
Healthcare Informatics serves a professional community dedicated to the planning, development, and implementation of important technological trends that will define tomorrow’s healthcare. These dedicated professionals exchange a wide range of pioneering concepts as they tackle important strategic and information technology issues facing organizations such as hospitals, medical groups, and integrated health systems. Members of the Healthcare Informatics community share a focus on healthcare IT leadership, vision, and strategy—driving change forward by shaping innovations that point the way to the future of healthcare. For more information, visit: http://www.healthcare-informatics.com/

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