Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Data on Meaningful Use Attestation

Some very interesting data on meaningful use attestations thus far. While the reports already posted by CMS provide good information (such as the map below with a state by state breakdown), the data released on Data.gov enables systematic analysis of the distribution of certified EHR vendors and products among those providers that have attested to meaningful use within the CMS EHR Incentive Programs. The data set can be analyzed by vendor, state, provider type, provider specialty, and practice setting. One data point that would make this even sexier is the dollar amount paid for each attestation, but hopefully that can be included in future releases. I'll be doing some deeper analysis of this data, but some initial interesting facts are noticeable about state and vendor figures.



Here are the top 25 states in number of attestations for meaningful use as of November 2011:

Attestations State/Territory
1761 Texas
1653 Ohio
1533 Illinois
1450 Pennsylvania
1387 Florida
1287 California
1272 New York
963 Minnesota
931 Massachusetts
812 Wisconsin
752 New Jersey
638 New Hampshire
606 Oregon
588 Virginia
525 North Carolina
520 Michigan
502 Georgia
457 Washington
384 Tennessee
370 Arizona
351 Missouri
302 Indiana
288 Colorado
280 Oklahoma

Here are the top 25 vendors by attestation:

Attestations Vendor 
6330 Epic Systems Corporation
1847 eClinicalWorks LLC
1502 Allscripts
1158 athenahealth, Inc
999 Community Computer Service, Inc.
921 GE Healthcare
899 NextGen Healthcare
770 e-MDs, Inc.
712 Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc.
567 Cerner Corporation
565 Sage
397 BioMedix Vascular Solutions
264 HCA Information & Technology Services, Inc.
256 MEDITECH
252 AmazingCharts.com, Inc.
239 Eyefinity/OfficeMate
210 meridianEMR, Inc.
206 McKesson
199 Sammy Systems
179 SOAPware, Inc.
174 Health IT Services Group
164 ChartLogic, Inc.
147 MedInformatix, Inc
144 Compulink