ATHN did not make the top 5 in ranking by MDs of EHR
EHR Report 2012: Physicians Rank Top EHRs
August 23, 2012
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We asked physicians to rate their EHRs on a scale of 1 (dislike most) to 5 (like most) for 12 factors: (1) easy to learn; (2) ease of data entry; (3) overall ease of use; (4) ease of EHR implementation; (5) reliability; (6) adequacy of vendor training program; (7) vendor continuing customer service; (8) interactivity with other office systems; (9) value for the money; (10) physician overall satisfaction; (11) staff overall satisfaction; and (12) appearance/overall usefulness of the end product (notes, consultations, etc.)
In Medscape's 2012 survey, the 5 top-ranked EHRs were Amazing Charts, Practice Fusion, VA-CPRS, and Medent. In Medscape's 2009 survey, the top-ranked EHRs were Amazing Charts, MediNotes, VA-CPRS, Misys (now Allscripts), and Practice Partner and eClinicalWorks tied for fifth place.
(Note: The survey analysis did not weight results by number of users of each EHR brand.)