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Ophthalmology 2019

Ophthalmology 2019
Which Vendors Best Meet Ophthalmology Needs?

Authored by: Aaron Gleave & Alex McIntosh December 17, 2019 | Read Time: 3  minutes

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As the US population ages, the demand for ophthalmology treatments, therapies, and procedures is increasing, as is the number of healthcare providers who deliver these services. The field of vendors who offer EMR software for ophthalmology practices is also changing amid strategic acquisitions and mergers. This consolidation has left large numbers of clinics wondering whether their EMR will be supported long term and which vendors can best meet their needs. This report—KLAS’ first on EMR performance in the ophthalmology market—attempts to increase transparency by examining vendor performance in areas such as ease of use, reporting, and ophthalmology-specific development.

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Key Findings

  1. EyeMD EMR and Modernizing Medicine Deliver Well for Ophthalmology
  2. Nextech and NextGen Healthcare: Solid Choices at a Premium
  3. Customers Need More Development from Epic and Eye Care Leaders
  4. Buggy Upgrade Souring the Experience for Compulink Customers
  5. "Cerner Not Suited for Ophthalmology" —Ophthalmologist
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