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HIMSS Analytics Report Identifies Enterprise Data Warehousing As Growth Market

July 27, 2011
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With ARRA/HITECH, meaningful use, and 5010/ICD-10 changing the provider landscape, understanding and tracking industry trends and expenditures is vital to drive business. The Essentials of the US Hospital IT Market - 6th Edition provides the latest health IT market intelligence captured from the HIMSS Analytics Database of more than 5,200 hospitals and 32,000 medical facilities in the United States.

The report, for example, identified the enterprise data warehousing, with associated business intelligence solutions and consultancy, as a growing market, and suggests spending on revenue cycle management (RCM) applications will continue to intensify over the next five years.

Investors, consultants and healthcare software vendors can use the report to learn more about relevant topics for their business or clients and to set realistic goals for their teams while supporting their business plan with market research. For example, the report includes:

  • Five-year compounded annual growth rate market spend forecast for hospital IT (operating, capital and total) and more than 70 key hospital IT applications
  • Fifteen in-depth application overviews including EMR, patient safety, bar coding, health information management, revenue cycle management and financial applications




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