Electronic Medical Record Systems Market in North America to Exceed $5.4 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts

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GIA announces the release of a comprehensive report on the North American and European Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Systems markets. The market for Electronic Medical Record Systems in North America and Europe to exceed US$5.4 billion and US$1.4 billion, respectively by 2015. This is primarily driven by the growing recognition by the medical fraternity towards creating digital replica for paper based patient medical records, owing to its fallacies and constraints. The records help in effective communication between the clinical staff, and thereby increasing operational efficiency. As clinicians and physicians would spend less time on searching and filing data, there is an increased level of patient satisfaction.

Electronic Medical Record Systems: A North American and European Market Report

Healthcare information technology gained attention in recent years for its ability to lower medical errors, provide transparent modes for reimbursement procedures, decrease costs, and transform the healthcare delivery system. There are prolific opportunities in less-penetrated markets such as physician practices and inpatient centers continue to adopt Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) and digitize relevant areas. Though the operating costs are high and continue to increase, providers are sizing up their portfolio for better positioning in the future.

North America and Europe dominate the global electronic medical record (EMR) systems market, as stated by the new market research report on electronic medical record systems market. The EMR market has excellent potential in the healthcare systems, worldwide. The main factors that are contributing to the adoption of EMR systems include effective management of medication process, substantial clinical improvement, minimization of staff, and extraction of detailed data. Though cost is the major constraint for healthcare centers in adopting EMRs, the ultimate reduction in costs is likely to drive the demand for EMR systems in future.

Key players profiled in the report include Agfa-Gevaert Ltd, Ascribe plc, Cambio Healthcare Systems, Cerner Corporation, CompuGROUP HOLDING AG, Computer Programs and Systems, Inc, EBIT AET S.p.A., Eclipsys Corporation, Egton Medical Information Systems Limited, Epic Systems Corporation, GE Healthcare, Hewlett Packard Company, IBA Health (Europe) Ltd, IMS MAXIMS plc, Indra Sistemas SA, iSoft Group plc, McKesson Corporation, MDS Medical Software, MedPlus, Inc, Medical Information Technology, Inc, Medasys SA, Nexus AG, Noemalife SpA, Profdoc AB, QuadraMed Corporation, SAP (UK) Limited, Siemens Medical Solutions GSD GmbH, and System C Healthcare plc, among others.

The report titled "Electronic Medical Record Systems: A North American and European Market Report" announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of industry overview, product overview, product introductions/innovations, profiles of major players, and recent industry activity. The report analyzes market data and analytics in terms of value sales for regions including North America and Europe.

For more details about this comprehensive market research report, please visit - http://www.strategyr.com/Electronic_Medical_Record_Systems_Market_Report.asp

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