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Global (non-US) EMR Market Share 2020

Global (non-US) EMR Market Share 2020
Regional Vendor Energy Rising

Authored by: Everton Santos and Jon Christensen May 7, 2020 | Read Time: 7  minutes

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2019 saw a marked uptick in EMR purchases in nearly every region of the world. Total decisions increased by more than 50%, for a total of 224 contracts involving 565 facilities. Large regional or group decisions shaped the landscape in Canada, Europe, and the Middle East. Regional solutions’ energy increased as purchasing accelerated in regions where multiregional vendors lack a strong presence or haven’t recently excelled.

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Key Findings

  1. Region-Specific Solutions from Softway Medical, Dedalus, Agfa HealthCare, CompuGroup See Top Energy
  2. Slower Year for Multiregional Vendors; Highest Energy for DXC Technology in Egypt, Epic in Norway
  3. Europe: Regional/Group Decisions Shape European Landscape
  4. Latin America: 2019 Selections Mirror 2018—MV Leads Philips in Brazil; InterSystems Wins Biggest Decision outside Brazil
  5. Middle East & Africa: DXC Wins Large Regional Decision; Health Insights Customers Migrating to New Cloud Platform
  6. Asia & Oceania: ezCaretech, Allscripts, MEDITECH Contracts Account for Most Activity in Asia; Oceania Quiet
  7. Canada: New Decisions Continue to Favor Epic, Cerner Also Selected in Combined Tender
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