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The Healthcare Informatics 100

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Every year Healthcare Informatics ranks the 100 vendors with the highest revenues derived from healthcare IT products and services earned in the U.S. based on revenue information from the previous year. All companies meeting this criteria are eligible to participate by submitting their data here.

The Healthcare Informatics 100 listing provides readers with a unique information resource and financial overview of vendors active in the healthcare IT market. The Healthcare Informatics 100 is published in the May/June print issue.

New to The Healthcare Informatics 100, as of 2016, is a commitment to recognizing the expert thought leaders who are propelling their companies to the top of the market. Many of The Healthcare Informatics 100 company listings feature videos of vendor executives answering questions about the most significant trends that are currently impacting the health IT landscape.

What’s more, vendors are asked to estimate the percentage of revenue earned in all of their product segments. Both the product breakdowns and the thought leadership videos, in addition to much more exclusive content, can be seen online with each company’s listing.

"We believe that The Healthcare Informatics 100 offers a unique service to our industry, and is uniquely referenced by professionals throughout the field every year," says Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Informatics.

Most corporate revenues are self-reported. However, to ensure accuracy and compile as comprehensive a list as possible, Healthcare Informatics editors collaborate with Porter Research and ST Advisors for essential research and analysis.

Industry veteran Porter Research President Cynthia Porter adds, "Having been in the healthcare IT industry for the past 25 years, I have seen the tremendous impact the Healthcare Informatics 100 list has on this industry. The healthcare market waits with baited breath for the June issue of Healthcare Informatics because it gives a true snapshot of where providers are spending their healthcare IT dollars. We are able to bring our unique knowledge of this expanding industry to the table, providing a real understanding of which companies should be on the list, and how their revenue data should best be represented."

Healthcare Informatics has compiled The Healthcare Informatics 100 for more than 20 years.


Taking a Deeper Dive into the Healthcare Informatics 100

May 25, 2016  |  Rajiv Leventhal
As of Monday, May 23, all Healthcare Informatics 100 company listings have been made public on our website. Now, let’s dive into some of the details of this year’s compendium.

Most Interesting Vendors 2016: athenahealth: Accelerating its Growth in Hospital IT

May 25, 2016  |  Heather Landi
In early 2015, the Watertown, Mass.-based athenahealth, the provider of ambulatory cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) systems, made quite a splash when it jumped into the hospital market with two strategic acquisitions of inpatient EHR systems.

Most Interesting Vendors 2016: Nuance Communications: The Power of Clinical Language

May 24, 2016  |  Rajiv Leventhal
Developing voice dictation software is what many people know Nuance for, but the company’s senior executives and end user health system clients say that’s not what makes Nuance so special.

Most Interesting Vendors 2016: Leidos: Healthcare IT’s “Quiet Company" Becoming Less Quiet By the Day

May 23, 2016  |  Mark Hagland
Snaring the Defense Department’s EHR implementation contract (in partnership with Cerner) last year helped open new doors of market recognition for Leidos Health—and its senior executives see tremendous opportunity ahead

Looking at the M&A Dance in Healthcare IT: How Will 2016 End Up, Trend-Wise?

May 19, 2016  |  Mark Hagland
The analysis by Michelle Mattson-Hamilton and Ben Rooks of ST Advisors of merger and acquisition activity in 2015 speaks to some of the fundamental realities of the U.S. healthcare system’s broader trajectory

Up and Comers 2016: Tableau: Data Visualization Catching on in Healthcare

May 18, 2016  |  David Raths
Most companies chosen for our Up and Comers List are startups that have caught fire recently because they address a pain point in the provider space. Tableau Software Inc. is a different case.

Examining 2015’s M&A Key Activity Patterns with the Experts at ST Advisors

May 18, 2016  |  Mark Hagland
Michelle Mattson-Hamilton and Ben Rooks of ST Advisors share their insights on the M&A activity of 2015, and what 2015’s patterns point to in 2016

Up and Comers 2016: Sansoro Health: Making Web Services Approach A Reality in Healthcare

May 18, 2016  |  David Raths
The founders of Sansoro Health can trace their company’s origins to a single phone conversation in late January 2014 about developing an API middleware layer to create bidirectional web services-based integration with EHR platforms.

Up and Comers 2016: Par8o: Zeroing in on the Referral Moment

May 17, 2016  |  David Raths
After successfully forming Sermo, a social networking platform for physicians, two clinical leaders left their startup to launch a new technology company called Par8o that focuses on improving the medical referral process.

Fingerprints of Value-Based Care Revealed in Much of 2015’s M&A Activity

May 17, 2016  |  Michelle Mattson-Hamilton and Ben Rooks, ST Advisors
It’s that time of year again; time to sit back and reflect/opine on another year of mergers and acquisitions (M&A)—and what a year it was

Up and Comers 2016: Ingenious Med: Mobile Data Solutions at the Point of Care

May 17, 2016  |  David Raths
Not every company highlighted in Healthcare Informatics’ Up & Comers is a recent startup. A case in point is Ingenious Med, which Steve Liu founded way back in 1999.

Up and Comers 2016: Flatiron Health: Ex-Google Employees Take on the Oncology Informatics Market

May 16, 2016  |  David Raths
When former Google employees Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg launched Flatiron Health in 2012, their goal was to create a big data analytics offering for cancer centers.


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