More than 93 percent of U.S. hospitals report using an inpatient EHR system, according to Definitive Healthcare data. The widespread adoption of EHRs has been credited to the CMS Meaningful Use initiative, which was launched in 2011. Meaningful Use was implemented with the goal of improving data gathering and sharing between providers, leading to more connected care for patients and better clinical quality outcomes. Naturally, better care outcomes lead to decreased readmission rates and lower total care costs—benefiting both patients and providers.
- CPSI (evident and Healthland)
Listed in the following tables are the top hospitals (by net patient revenue) using each of the top 3 EHR vendors.