Shawnee, Kansas, June 04, 2014 — Lexmark’s Perceptive Software announces that it was named to the 2014 Healthcare Informatics 100 (HCI 100). This annual ranking of the one hundred largest health IT providers in the U.S. is based on healthcare revenue. This is Perceptive Software’s first appearance on the HCI 100, which is published by Healthcare Informatics with assistance from Porter Research and ST Advisors.
Perceptive Software is a leader in content management with a rich history of providing innovative healthcare solutions for managing unstructured content–documents, diagnostic images, photos and rich media–across the healthcare continuum. In 2013, Perceptive expanded its healthcare offerings by acquiring Acuo Technologies, a leader in clinical image management, and PACSGEAR, a leader in image sharing, connectivity and collaboration. The convergence of these organizations enables Perceptive Software to offer customers a comprehensive content management solution for the clinical enterprise and positions the company among the top-ranked providers of health IT.
Perceptive Software healthcare solutions support the ability to capture, access, view, manage and share content across integrated delivery networks, hospitals, specialty clinics, imaging diagnostic centers, long-term care, home health and governmental health organizations. Perceptive Software’s enterprise content management (ECM), vendor neutral archive (VNA) and image capture and connectivity solutions close the content gaps in existing applications, including EMR, PACS and ERP systems, enabling organizations to deliver relevant clinical, diagnostic and business content to users where and when it is needed.
Perceptive Software is positioned as a “leader” in Gartner’s most recent Magic Quadrant for enterprise content management. Perceptive Acuo VNA is recognized by IHS as the world’s number one independent vendor neutral archive solution. Perceptive’s image capture and connectivity solutions are used by half of all U.S. hospitals.
The HCI 100 appears in the June 2014 issue of Healthcare Informatics and can be found online at http://www.healthcare-informatics.com/hci100/2014-hci-100-list.