Scottsdale, Ariz.— June 8, 2017—Orion Health™ has been ranked highly on two industry lists: #38 on the IDC Health Insights HealthTech Rankings 2017 and #55 on the 2017 Healthcare Informatics‘ (HCI) annual list of the top 100 healthcare IT companies. Both rankings were based on 2016 calendar year revenue from healthcare IT.
IDC Health Insights HealthTech Rankings
IDC included Orion Health in the Top 50 of the largest companies that derive more than one third of their revenue from healthcare payer and/or provider institutions. IDC Health Insights collects global healthcare IT revenue information and tracks the growth of the largest healthcare industry IT vendors. Leveraging the proven methodology of the long-standing IDC FinTech Rankings, healthcare IT vendor data has been analyzed by a global team of IDC Health Insights analysts. The analysts use their understanding of global trends and industry contacts to create accurate rankings and explicitly put the information in the context of recognized industry definitions. Both the buyers and suppliers of healthcare IT can use the data with confidence to enhance their strategic decision making.
Healthcare Informatics‘ HCI 100
This is the 9th consecutive year Orion Health has appeared on the HCI 100, with USD $193 million of revenue in 2016 derived from healthcare technology. This year, Orion Health ranked #55, up from #74 last year.
“It’s an honor to see this company positioned so highly, but the revenue we generate rests on the value of the solutions provided, not to mention the great people who helped build Orion Health into what it is today,” said Dave Bennett, EVP, Orion Health. “It’s our goal to examine global trends and provide genuine value to our customers. By simplifying the sharing of information and leveraging patient data, health systems can begin to take the steps necessary to provide more efficient care that will improve outcomes through better treatment and prevention. Providing a path to meet this goal is the primary measure of our success, and we are gratified to see the recognition from both IDC and HCI.”
Published in May, the HCI 100 ranks vendors with the highest revenues derived from healthcare IT products and services earned in the U.S. based on financial information from the previous year. HCI editors collaborate with Porter Research and ST Advisors for essential research and analysis.
HCI has compiled The Healthcare Informatics 100 for 26 years.
For more information about the HCI 100, visit http://www.healthcare-informatics.com/hci100/healthcare-informatics-100.
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