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Nearly one-fifth of hospitals plan to replace their LIS

Nearly one-fifth of hospitals plan to replace their LIS
July 06, 2012 | Mike Miliard, Managing Editor

BURLINGTON, VT – A new report from CapSite finds that 19 percent of hospitals are dissatisfied with their laboratory information systems (LIS) and are planning to replace them. EHR integration and improved efficiency are atop their wish lists.

The 2012 U.S. Laboratory Information System (LIS) Study is the latest in a series of studies evaluating the HITECH Act’s impact on EHR adoption, HIE growth and other health IT usage. The report polled 290 hospitals on the market opportunity, vendor mind share and vendor market share across the U.S.

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