With over 500 vendors offering some type of electronic health record product, choosing the right software can feel overwhelming. So why not start with the best? Let’s look at the top 5 EHRs on the market in 2022.
This list includes the top 5 EHRs according to Software Advice’s list of FrontRunners. FrontRunners are EHRs that lead in ratings for customer satisfaction an usability. This means you’re seeing a snapshot of products that, in the past two years, have topped the charts for user ratings on the following criteria:
- Ease of use
- Customer support
- Likelihood to recommend
- Value for money
The top 5 EHRs are those that score highly across both dimensions: usability and customer satisfaction. If you want to know more about where this list comes from you can read a full description of Sotware Advice’s methodology.
If you’re interested in the top 5 EHRs by vendor market share, scroll to the next section of this article.
Top 5 EHRs on the market in 2022
Here are the top 5 EHRs in 2022 according to user reviews from Sofware Advice.
1. Praxis EMR
4.97 / 5 stars from 154 reviews
Praxis offers both web-based and on-premise deployment. Instead of using templates, their EHR system uses artificial intelligence (AI) that figures out how a physician operates and adapts to their individual needs. The AI learns as you use it, getting faster and smarter.
The software includes features like e-prescribing, lab integration, procedure workflows, narrative reports, practice advisories, and a patient portal. Praxis serves small and mid-sized practices in all specialties of medicine, including family practice, internal medicine, pain management, urology, integrated medicine, endocrinology, and more.
2. TriMed Complete
4.97 / 5 stars from 29 reviews
TriMed offers a complete software suite which includes EHRs, practice managemetn tools, a patient portile, check-in modules, and telemedicine. These integrated products ensure that everything works together seamlessly for your practice.
Trimed uses templates to optimize your workflow. They describe their software with words like “extremely robust” and “very customizable.” The EHR is used by independent practices across the United States, ranging in size from 1 provider to 350+ providers.
4.85 / 5 stars from 188 reviews
Jane is a practice management solution that helps health and wellness clinics streamline booking, billing, charting, and more. The software allows patients to view and choose services, treatments, and practitioners. Patients can easily book appontments, receive automatic reminders, and pay online. Jane lets clinician users create a database of patient charts with photos and videos to track progress on a centralized platform. Clinics can also set up daily classes or group bookings.
Jane is available on monthly subscriptions with support available via phone, documentation, and email.
4. InSync Healthcare Solutions
4.56 / 5 stars from 245 reviews
InSync Health Care Solutions offers an easy-to-use, cloud-based EHR and practice management solution. The software is configured to your unique workflows with custom dashboards, forms, templates, and assessments. The company highlights features like group therapy, lab integrations, state reporting, analytics, and tailored onsite or virtual implementation and training.
Cloud-based software makes it easy to access your EHR from anywhere and on any device. Practices of all sizes and specialities use InSync for their EHR, practice management, medical billing, telemedicine, e-prescribing, and patient portal.
5. CharmEHR Software
4.3 / 5 stars from 92 reviews
Charm offers a single comprehensive software solution consisting of an EHR and tools for practice management, telehealth, patient engagement, and medical billing. Their cloud-based EHR helps your healthcare organization function efficiently, whether you’re a large multi-specialty group or a small independent medical office. The user interface is designed to be simple and intuitive. Key features include patient intake forms, natural language processing, multi-specialty templates, e-Rx of controlled substances, referral modules, telehealth, inventory management, document management, and more.
Charm also has a health marketplace ecosystem that offers mobile apps and add-ons with a large and growing number of integration partners. Their unique pricing strategy is simple and designed to help practices budget and manage the cost of software acquisition.
Top 5 EHRs by vendor market share
While the companies above come highly recommended by users in 2022, a handful of large vendors still dominate the overall EHR market. These “big 3” EHR vendors are Cerner, Epic, and Meditech. Collectively these three large companies account for about 70% of the hospital EHR market.
The ambulatory EHR market is slightly more diverse. According to the latest report, the following companies have the largest share of the ambulatory EHR market:
- Epic Systems Corporation 28.21%
- Allscripts 9.21%
- eClinicalWorks 6.57%
- athenahealth 6.03%
- NextGen Healthcare 5.37%
EHR vendors with a large market share are also great choices when you’re shopping around for software. Not only do they collectively supply EHR solutions to over half of practice-based physicians, but their software is time tested and stable.