While Picture Archive Communications System or PACS adoption across healthcare is high, potential growth opportunities abound.
HIMSS Analytics’ latest Essentials Brief, a follow up to a 2014 study on the same subject, provides a look at the current state of the imaging market. While study respondents indicated a high level of PACS adoption across the industry there are some areas the study highlights as potential growth opportunities. The study looks into Enterprise Image Viewing adoption and plans for future adoption, current and future imaging point of access by technology and unique voice of customer feedback around the impact of the change in payment models and accountable care will have on imaging.
Key findings of the Study include:
- Voice of Customer (VOC) from nearly 150 respondents
- Year-over-year trending analysis of enterprise image viewing solution adoption, drivers and primary use cases
- Year-over-year insight into image storage trends showing potential beginnings of a shift to newer storage technologies
- Adoption of tablets and smartphones is relatively low in the current imaging market, however these technologies are still the most cited technologies for image viewing access plans
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HIMSS Analytics® has released its 2016 Clinical & Business Intelligence (C&BI) Essentials Brief, a study snapshot on the U.S. hospital analytics market.
As the emphasis of healthcare changes from volume to value-based care, the use of analytical solutions will be necessary to support clinical, financial and operational decision making. However, market adoption has been modest to date and plans to make future investments in clinical and business intelligence solutions are uncertain.
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This latest installment in the Revenue Cycle series is an expanded follow-up to the 2013 Inpatient Revenue Cycle study. Key findings include:
- An uptick in the usage of automated revenue cycle patient access solutions between 2013 and 2015,
- Over 70% of study respondents that use patient access solutions do so via hosted, web-based, Software as a Service (SaaS) deployment method for at least one function
- As patient portals are increasingly used to address patient access functionality, portal growth increased 15 percentage points from 2014 to 2015
In addition to data from the HIMSS Analytics® Database and unique insight from healthcare IT executives across the country, this year's Study includes year-over-year comparisons with information from the 2014 U.S. Telemedicine Study. Highlights include:
- An uptick in adoption and increase in familiarity with telemedicine products and services (YOY)
- 70% of respondents reported two-way video/webcam usage, making it the most utilized telemedicine product/solution
- Detailed insight into respondents’ telemedicine/telehealth services five year outlook