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As of July 2016, 175 certified health IT vendors supply certified health IT to the 4,4741 non-federal acute care hospitals, including Critical Access hospitals, participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program.
Of those 4,474 hospitals, 95% have 2014 certified edition technology. Cerner, MEDITECH, Epic Systems, Evident2, McKesson, and MEDHOST supply 2014 certified technology to 92% of hospitals that have reported 2014 edition technology. Including Allscripts, QuadraMed3, Prognosis, and athenahealth4, these 10 vendors altogether supply 2014 technology to 98% of hospitals.
Note: Certified health information technology (health IT) meets the technological capability, functionality, and security requirements adopted by the Department of Health and Human Services. The order above reflects vendors of commercial certified health IT only; totals for self-developed certified health IT are summarized as a whole. 2014 certified health IT is certified under the 2014 Edition Health Information Technology Certification Critiera, and 2011 certified health IT is certified under the 2011 Edition Health Information Technology Certification Criteria.
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Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT analysis of Medicare Electronic Health Record Incentive Program data, July 2016. You can access the latest data and documentation through the EHR Products Used for Meaningful Use Attestation data page.
 This total excludes hospitals that are now closed, and it merges data for those hospitals that have changed its status, i.e. changed status from general to Critical Access hospital, and have subsequently reported under more than one unique identifier.
 In 2015, Computer Programs and Systems Inc (CPSI) acquired Healthland Inc, a developer and vendor of certified health IT, and rebranded its EHR solution as Evident. Totals for Evident reflect all hospitals that report Evident, CPSI, and/or Healthland certified health IT.
 In 2015, QuadraMed Corporation, a subsidiary of Harris Computer Systems, acquired NextGen Healthcare's inpatient health IT division. Totals for QuadraMed, above, reflect reports of NextGen Healthcare's inpatient certified health IT.
 In 2015, athenahealth acquired Razorinsights. Totals for athenahealth include reports of Razorinsights products.
 Self-developed technology is health IT developed by a health care organization or system to be used only by providers within that organization or system. Self-developed technology is not marketed and sold to providers outside the organization or system.
 Prior versions of this ONC Quick Stat (get graphic) reported, in addition to certified health IT reported to the Medicare EHR Incentive Program, certified health IT reported as adopt, implement, or use (AIU) attestations through state Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs and the ONC Health IT Regional Extension Centers Program. The Medicaid and Regional Extension Centers data are from 2011 and do not reflect the most current data for these providers. Updates will be made to the data presented in this Quick Stat when more recent data for the state Medicaid Incentive Programs are available.
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. 'Certified Health IT Vendors and Editions Reported by Hospitals Participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program,' Health IT Quick-Stat #29. dashboard.healthit.gov/quickstats/pages/FIG-Vendors-of-EHRs-to-Participating-Hospitals.php. September 2016.