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Top 10 hospitals using Oracle Cerner's EHR

The electronic health record (EHR) market is highly competitive. These digital tools help doctors and other healthcare providers track and understand a patient’s medical background quickly, easily and without relying on handwritten notes.

According to Definitive Healthcare data, Oracle Cerner is the second most popular EHR vendor in the U.S. with a market share of 22.59%. Oracle Cerner’s solutions aim to help healthcare providers prioritize the delivery of care by reducing the burden of time-consuming administrative tasks. This technology is further enhanced by Oracle’s considerable cloud computing infrastructure, which could make patient health records easier to access and read while improving security.

Using Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product, we ranked the top hospitals in the U.S. using an Oracle Cerner EHR platform by both net patient revenue and number of beds.

Top 10 hospitals using Oracle Cerner’s EHR ranked by net patient revenue

Hospital nameStateDefinitive IDProductNet patient revenueExplore dataset
IU Health Methodist HospitalIN1365Millennium$3,113,206,365 Explore
Northside Hospital AtlantaGA1000Millennium$2,524,347,527 Explore
UAB HospitalAL71PowerChart .24$2,198,201,563 Explore
Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical CenterTX4018Millennium$2,142,530,278 Explore
UPMC PresbyterianPA3439Millennium$2,082,739,594 Explore
Christiana HospitalDE744Millennium$1,995,679,596 Explore
Memorial Hermann Southwest HospitalTX274147Millennium$1,900,862,141 Explore
Penn State Health Milton S Hershey Medical CenterPA3490PowerChart$1,842,060,082 Explore
Stony Brook University HospitalNY2915PowerChart$1,570,077,917 Explore
Baptist HospitalFL846Millennium$1,532,888,457 Explore

Fig. 1 Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Data are accurate as of July 2022.

Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital, located in Indiana, ranks at the top of our list with net patient revenue of more than $3 billion. In second place is Northside Hospital Atlanta, which is in Georgia and has an NPR of more than $2.5 billion. Both facilities can also be found on our list of the top 50 hospitals in the U.S. by NPR, ranking 13 and 35 respectively.

Most hospitals on our list use Cerner Millennium enterprise software. This technology is a cloud-based solution suitable for hospitals delivering behavioral health services. Cerner Millennium uses data to assist with clinician decision-making, reduce treatment discrepancies and improve cross-team collaboration. Cerner PowerChart is an EHR solution capable of coordinating workflows and sharing data between multiple care locations and practitioners.

Top 10 hospitals using Oracle Cerner’s EHR ranked by number of beds

Hospital nameStateDefinitive IDProductNumber of bedsExplore dataset
Jackson Memorial HospitalFL845Millennium1,504Explore
Baptist Medical CenterTX3860Millennium1,463Explore
IU Health Methodist HospitalIN1365Millennium1,247Explore
UPMC PresbyterianPA3439Millennium1,146Explore
UAB HospitalAL71PowerChart .241,129Explore
Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical CenterTX4018Millennium1,067Explore
Huntsville HospitalAL81Millennium908Explore
Christiana HospitalDE744Millennium906Explore
Baptist HospitalFL846Millennium838Explore
CAMC General HospitalWV4436Soarian800Explore

Fig. 2 Data is from the Definitive Healthcare HospitalView product. Data are accurate as of July 2022.

Taking first place on our list is Jackson Memorial Hospital, located in Florida, with a bed count of 1,504. This facility, alongside UPMC Presbyterian hospital and UAB hospital, can also be found on our list of the top 20 teaching hospitals ranked by the number of staffed beds.

What is an EMR system?

An electronic medical record (EMR) is a digital record of a patient’s health. Information commonly found on an EMR include medical history, diagnoses, medications, lab results, immunizations, allergies, doctors’ notes and more.

An EMR system refers to a suite of integrated, interoperable technologies which work together seamlessly to help healthcare providers deliver care more effectively, maintain compliance, streamline administrative tasks and reduce medical costs. A healthcare provider may install an EMR system comprised of multiple components, such as a patient portal, telemedicine, practice management software, nurse scheduling tools and more.

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