EMR market to hit $1.6B by 2013; KLAS says health IT vendors don't offer enough support;

> The New Yorker takes a look at the EMR provisions in the stimulus. Blog post

> Kalorama Information expects the EMR market to grow 23.3 percent annually through 2013. FierceHealthIT

> Healthcare executives want better vendor support, a new KLAS report finds. FierceHealthIT

> The first stage of the Swedish National Patient Summary Project is done, with help from U.S.-based InterSystems. Article

> Some federal HIT stimulus money is flowing already, and a SC clinic soon will have an EMR as a result. Article

> The University Medical Center at Princeton, NJ, has a deal with iMedica for a 500-member PHO. News brief

> A large CA orthopedic group picks SRSsoft's EMR. Press release

> A new, small hospital in rural UT is going open source. Press release

> Cancer center operator U.S. Oncology is marketing a specialty-specific EMR. Press release

And Finally... The U.S. Oncology announcement and other news notwithstanding, one vendor claims this week's ASCO meeting "centers on" its "revolutionary" EMR. Press release

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