The nonprofit Medical Records Institute announces its awards for health IT products.
SALT LAKE CITYThe nonprofit Medical Records Institute announced the winners of its sixth annual awards in several health IT categories at its annual TEPR (Toward an Electronic Patient Record) Conference Monday night.
captured honors in three categories in which it had not been represented in 2004: first honors in e-prescribing and EHR (electronic health record) systems for small physician practices, and second honors for EHR systems for medium to large practices.
Other e-prescription honors went to Rcopia, a system by DrFirst Inc.
, and Allscripts Healthcare Solutions TouchWorks Rx
, both of which received honors last year as well.
took third honors for small physician practices. The remaining honors for ambulatory systems went to names familiar from the previous year. Physician Micro Systems Inc.
won first honors for medium to large practices and second honors for small physician practices. Allscripts Healthcare Solutions received third honors.
Though all these companies are well-recognized names in the health IT space, Richard Peters of the American Academy of Family Physicians
and a keynote speaker at the conference, told Ziff Davis Internet that larger, established companies would be well-warned to look out for smaller, nimbler competitors. "Some of the ambulatory applications can be pretty slick," he said.
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