Computerized physician order entry is a process of entering prescription and an information about medical services into computer systems by medical practitioners. This information is communicated to medical staff and other departments through a computer network. Faster transfer of prescription to other departments, electronic records of prescription, clinical decision support systems, and economic efficiency are benefits of computerized physician order entry system over traditional hand-written or verbally communicated methods. The system is gaining prominence due to reduction the errors, such as poor handwriting in ordering and transcribing medicines to the patients.
Supportive government policies, rising demand of efficient healthcare IT systems, large population base, increasing incidences of chronic incidences are the driving factors of the Asian computerized physician order entry market. The emerging economies, such as India create opportunities for growth of this market.
The Asian computerized physician order entry market is segmented into type, component, deployment, end user, and geography. Based on type, the market is classified into standalone and integrated. The market is divided into hardware, software, and services. On the basis of deployment, the market is classified into on-premise, web-based, and cloud-based systems. The end user segment includes, office-based physician, emergency healthcare service providers, hospitals, and nurses. The market is segmented geographically into Japan, China, India, and Rest of Asia (RoA).
The key market players profiled in this report are Allscripts, Cerner Corporation, Athenahealth, Carestream Health Inc., Epic Systems, eClinicalWorks LLC, McKesson Corporation, GE Healthcare, Practice Fusion, Philips Healthcare, and Siemens Healthcare AG. These players implement various strategies, such as mergers & acquisitions, partnerships, new product launches, and investments to gain strong foothold in market.
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