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Last updated: October 7, 2014

Top 10 Most Reviewed Ophthalmology Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Systems

 
Kareo Kareo can be used by nearly any size and type of medical practice, including ophthalmology. It's a web-based office management system with billing, reporting, medical coding, task management, appointment scheduling and more.
        151 Reviews
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2014 WRS Health Designed by an actual physician, WRS Health is a scalable and customizable EHR system best suited for small to mid-sized practices. With specialty templates and mobile device compatible, this is an efficient solution.
        102 Reviews
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MediTouch PM Practice Management Software MediTouch is a cloud- or web-based system that can be accessed on nearly every type of desktop and mobile device, including Apple's iPad and iPhone. It can be used by small and medium ophthalmology practices.
        94 Reviews
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Nextech Nextech is a integrated, Web-based EMR designed for many practice types, including ophthalmologists. In addition to billing, the system offers a patient portal and native mobile application.
        60 Reviews
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Electronic Medical Assistant by Modernizing Medicine Electronic Medical Assistant (EMA) from Modernizing Medicine is a great solution for dermatology, ophthalmology and optometry practices in the market for an EMR system. Cloud-based, runs natively on an iPad or web-connected PC.
        57 Reviews
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Centricity GE Centricity does especially well among complex specialties with unique requirements such as ophthalmology with templates for ocular surgery and more. The ONC-ATCB Certified EHR is typically used by groups of more than 8 doctors.
         55 Reviews
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ADP AdvancedMD EHR and Practice Management Software AdvancedMD's EMR solution is web-based, making it ideal for many specialties, including ophthalmology, that demand convenience and specialized templates to meet the specialty's needs. ONC-ATCB certified.
         46 Reviews
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CareCloud Central Founded in 2009, CareCloud is a newcomer to the practice management software market and has been gaining market share quickly. The system boasts a modern user interface and is 100% web-based.
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Greenway PrimeSUITE PrimeSUITE from Greenway is designed for multiple specialties and practice sizes, and includes 100 templates for ophthalmologists specific needs. The system can be deployed on-premise or through the cloud.
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IntelleChart Intellechart by MDIntelleSys is a great fit for opthalmologists looking for a web-based EHR, as the system was created with their particular practice in mind. Its powerful design is strengthened by its ease of use.
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Buyer's Guide

Obtaining accurate data about EHR vendors’ market share—as defined by sales figures—is a difficult task. However, an estimate of market share can be derived by analyzing meaningful use attestation data for a particular specialty. In this report, we look at EMR market share in the ophthalmology field, specifically.

Notes on Methodology

Healthcare providers are required to report meaningful use attestation data to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which includes a notation of the specialty of the reporting practice and the EHR vendor they used.

We consider the vendor data to be a proxy for market share, since most EHR purchases will be for CCHIT-certified products.

Note: Our data set was compiled in March 2013. Attestation numbers may have changed since that time. As of March, 2,863 physicians reported their specialty as ophthalmology. Our data set is available here. Note that we have created another market share report for optometry EHRs.

Ophthalmology EHR Market Share


Market Share Breakdown

In contrast to the optometry EHR market—which is dominated by a few key players and heavily biased toward eyecare-specific EHR products—the ophthalmology EHR market is more evenly balanced. The top three vendors are all within four points of each other in terms of market share (EpicCare with 17 percent, Medflow with 16 percent and NextGen with 13.8 percent, respectively). Out of 102 vendors, almost a one-fifth have 1 percent market share or greater. Most of the large EHR vendors are represented in this group, as is Eyefinity, which dominates the optometry market but comes in 13th here with 1.7 percent.

VendorAttestationsPercent of Attestations
Epic Systems Corporation 486 17.00%
Medflow 457 16.00%
NextGen Healthcare 394 13.80%
Compulink 228 8.00%
IO Practiceware, Inc. 124 4.30%
MDoffice, Inc. 103 3.60%
GE Healthcare 67 2.30%
Penn Medical Informatics Systems, Inc. 55 1.90%
ManagementPlus 53 1.90%
EyeMD EMR Healthcare Systems, Inc. 53 1.90%
Allscripts 53 1.90%
ifa united i-tech Inc. 52 1.80%
Eyefinity/OfficeMate 48 1.70%
Practice Fusion 42 1.50%
Cerner Corporation 42 1.50%
iMedicWare, Inc 39 1.40%
Partners Healthcare System 34 1.20%
Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc. 34 1.20%
eClinicalWorks LLC 30 1.00%
SRSsoft 29 1.00%

Just under 99 percent of ophthalmology products are used in an ambulatory setting, and 95 percent are complete EHRs, as distinct from a modular product which contains some component of EHR but is not a full suite. All products were reported under the Medicare reimbursement program.

What Is Ophthalmology Software?

In addition to generic features like E&M coding advice, e-prescribing, document scanning/imaging and clinical reminders, the top electronic medical record (EMR)/electronic health record (EHR) systems for ophthalmologists and optometrists will have specialized exam templates that automatically populate patient information and provide a reliable and efficient way to document patient encounters. These programs also integrate with diagnostics systems, and some include a point of sale (POS) system for the sale of glasses and contact lenses.

Common Features of Ophthalmology Software

Eye-care professional workflow management Workflows should be designed to meet the needs of the eye care specialties, taking patient and physician through booking the appointment, visual field examination and other testing, diagnosis, ordering of corrective lenses and follow-up visit reminders.
Ophthalmology and/or optometry templates Specialty EMRs have SOAP notes templates specifically designed for a particular kind of medical practice. An optometry EMR will include templates for eye examinations, blurred or lost vision, ectropion or entropion, lens evaluation, conjunctivitis, corrective laser procedures, ocular surgeries, corneal conditions and many more.
Detailed eye graphics Dozens of diagrams in the software allow the physician to graphically document ocular occlusions or other problems.
Vision testing device integration Integrate your practice’s autorefractor, keratometer, autorefractor and other devices, populating the workflow template instantly and supporting diagnosis.
Prescription & coding assistance By integrating the devices and the results into the software, the EMR can recommend prescriptions and ICD-9/CPT codes, reducing the chances of undercoding or underprescribing diagnoses, lenses or other treatments.
Point of sale system One of the things that separates optometrists and many ophthalmologists from other medical specialties is the associated retail sales. Most optometry and ophthalmology EMRs offer a point of sale (POS) system, expediting the sale and inventory management of glasses and contact lenses.

 



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