The EMEA market for electronic health record (EHR) IT is estimated to have been worth $3.7B in 2018 (both acute and ambulatory applications) according to Signify Research’s 2019 global EMR market report. However, only one vendor, Cerner, is estimated to have had a double-digit revenue share in 2018. In terms of suppliers the EMEA market is highly fragmented with a mixture of local and international vendors addressing individual countries with few vendors having a truly region-wide footprint.
The table below shows estimated revenue shares in 2018 for the acute & health system EHR market in EMEA (excluding revenues for ambulatory only solutions), alongside the countries/sub-regions where each vendor had a significant share of its EMEA business.
|Acute/Network EHR Estimate Revenue Share – EMEA – 2018|
|2018 Rank||Company||2018 Revenue Share||Key Countries/Sub-Regions|
|1||Cerner||16%||DACH, UK/Eire, Middle East|
|2||Agfa Health||8%||DACH, France|
|4||CompuGroup Medical||5%||DACH, Nordics, Eastern Europe|
|5||InterSystems||4%||UK/Eire, Middle East, Spain/Portugal|
|7||DXC Technology||3%||Benelux, UK/Eire, Spain/Portugal|
|9||Dedalus||3%||Italy, France, Spain/Portugal|
|13||Epic||2%||Benelux, Nordics, UK/Eire, Middle East|
|Source: Signify Research||Note: Does not include ambulatory only revenue/vendors|