The creator of the Electronic Medical Assistant, a specialty-specific electronic health record for otolaryngology, dermatology, and plastic surgery, announced it won the No. 1 rank in Black Book Research in the dermatology, otolaryngology, and plastic surgery categories.
This is the third year Modernizing Medicine ranked No. 1 in the dermatology category, the second year in the No. 1 category for the otolaryngology market, and the first year ranking No. 1 in the plastic surgery space.
“The need to have effective and efficient systems will only increase with the regulatory changes in the industry,” says Daniel Cane, CEO and co-founder of Modernizing Medicine, in a media release from the company. “Data-driven systems like those offered by Modernizing Medicine will help physicians continue to have profitable practices, especially with the introduction of MACRA and MIPS.”
Black Book Research uses 18 key performance indicators to gather insight into the industry’s top vendors. Those key performance indicators are then subdivided by geography, market size, and software category/function. Data gathered by Black Book Research undergoes internal and external audits to verify completeness, accuracy, and validity while maintaining the anonymity of the client.
“We are honored that Black Book Research and our users continue to recognize the value of our specialty-specific solutions,” Cane continues in the release. “The fact that practicing physicians build our software for their colleagues is the differentiating factor. The need to have effective and efficient systems will only increase with the regulatory changes in the industry.”
[Source(s): Modernizing Medicine, Business Wire]