6 things to know about the global nonclinical information systems market

Hospitals, clinics and laboratories are increasingly using nonclinical information systems to help in felicitating revenue cycle management, according to a Market Research Future report.

Here are six things to know about the global nonclinical information systems market.

1. The global nonclinical information systems market has seen a prospective growth in the recent past year. Market Research Future attributed the growth largely to the revolution of healthcare industries and a decline in Medicaid, Medicare and commercial reimbursement rates. "This factor has forced the hospitals to increase the efficiency in order to save money by implementing the automation system," the company added.

2. Still, it is very difficult for some low budget hospitals to implement the nonclinical information systems because of the huge expenses incurred, according to the report.

3. Challenging global nonclinical information systems is the fact that resources such as health IT personnel, investment and standard protocols are very scarce, which has created hurdles in the potential market, according to the report.

4. North America is the biggest market for nonclinical information systems, followed by Europe and Asia-Pacific.

5. In North America, the U.S. has acquired around 90 percent of the total nonclinical information systems market. Market Research Future said factors that have propelled the U.S. market include the large number of hospitals, advanced technology and proper government initiative, as well as huge investment from health IT industries.

6. The prominent key players present in the global nonclinical information systems market include:

  • Quest Diagnostics
  • CareCloud
  • McKesson
  • Kareo
  • Cerner
  • Athenahealth
  • eClinicalWorks
  • General Electric Company
  • SSI Group
  • Allscripts
 

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