Healthcare Informatics (HCI) recently released its 2015 roundup of the highest grossing healthcare IT companies. The HCI 100 list identifies the top U.S. health IT companies based on HIT revenues from the most recent fiscal year. HCI editorial staff once again partnered with market research and analytics firms Porter Research and ST Advisors to field, research and validate company submissions, open to any company able and willing to identify its U.S.-based HIT revenues.
While the HCI 100 has historically focused solely on provider-based revenue, this year vendors were also able to include health IT revenue derived from payer, health information management, employer, and vendor-to-vendor markets – a major change that definitely had an impact on ranking results, producing the highest revenue earnings ever reported for an HCI 100 vendor.
Long-term HCI 100 front-runner McKesson came in as the third highest-grossing HIT business this year, falling behind Cerner who again claimed the number two spot for the third consecutive year. This year’s new, Minnesota-based front-runner rose from twelfth position in last year’s ranking. Find out who took top billing for the 2015 HCI 100 here.
A Closer Look at the 2015 Healthcare Informatics 100