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2011 Top Internal Medicine EMR Software Systems Announced

February 28, 2011
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Black Book Rankings, a New York, N.Y.-based services and software survey company, conducted a four-month user poll to determine the highest ranked Electronic Health and Medical Record organizations for 2011, and found CureMD, eClinicalWorks, Greenway Medical Solutions, Henry Schein MicroMD NextGen GBS consistently ranked among the top ten highest ranked EMR firms including single and multi-physician Internal Medicine environments, according to Doug Brown, managing partner of Black Book Rankings .

Other top ranking Internal Medicine subspecialty EMR firms for 2011 include: Allscripts, AmazingCharts.com, ChartLogic, Dr First/Rcopia, Epic, gloStream, OmniMD, PracticeFusion and Sage.

Black Book Rankings surveyed more than 30,000 healthcare records professionals, physician practice administrators, and hospital leaders in the information technology arenas to provide EMR users, media, investors, quality minded vendors, and prospective buyers of EMR/EHR software with a comprehensive comparison of the industry's top respected and performing vendors. Black Book Rankings employs detailed key performance indicators targeted at ensuring high product and service performance through comparing vendors from the customer experience.


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