Epic, Cerner make up 50% of hospital EHR market share, ONC data shows

More than nine in 10 hospitals use an EHR vendor that offers technology certified under the ONC's latest product criteria, according to ONC data last updated in June.

The ONC maintains an online dashboard of data estimating the market share of various certified EHR vendors, based on the percent of hospitals and clinicians that use the developers' technology. The dashboard is based on the most recent data from hospitals and clinicians participating in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program.

Here are the top five EHR vendors ranked by market share, based on the proportion of hospitals that reported using the developer's certified products to the Medicare EHR Incentive Program between 2011 and 2016:

1. Cerner: 23.73 percent

2. Epic: 22.14 percent

3. Meditech: 20.75 percent

4. McKesson: 9.81 percent

5. MedHost: 7.95 percent

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