Practice Management System Market Increase in Marketing and Planning Techniques, Research Approach and Methodology with Forecast 2026


Practice management system (PMS) helps manage the daily operations of an organization. These systems find wide application across various verticals in an industry. Increasing investments to upgrade healthcare facilities, especially in developed regions and growth of the healthcare IT industry in developing regions, is creating a highly conducive environment for growth of the practice management systems market. Increasing adoption of PMS has been witnessed in emerging nations such as Indian, China, South Africa, and Brazil, in order to streamline operations and in turn provide better healthcare facilities in these countries. PMS allows for efficient management of health data, patient scheduling, billing process, and referral policies.

Physicians and group organizations need to maintain large amounts of data of day-to-day activities. Practice management system addresses these needs, maintaining critical patient information such as patient demographics, appointment schedule, insurance payer data, billing, and diagnostic and treatment history. Practice management system software are often synchronized with electronic medical record (EMR) or electronic health records (EMR) software for better hospital management.

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Increasing hospital visiting on the back of rising prevalence of Chronic and Infectious Diseases creating favorable environment for market growth

• World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there would be around 24 million cancer cases globally by 2035. In the U.S., over one-third of the adult population is obese, as revealed by statistics released by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2016). As obesity is a major predisposing factor to various diseases such as diabetes and other cardiovascular diseases, steep rise in patient population is expected in the near future.

• Prevalence of infectious diseases is also on the rise. Moreover, increasing instanced of drug-resistance has mandated physicians to maintain medication history of patient.

• Rapid rise in geriatric population: According to WHO, over 2 billion individuals worldwide will be aged 60 years and above by 2050. A detailed report published by CDC projects that by 2030, 20% of the U.S. population would comprise of geriatric people. The report also details that cardiovascular diseases is the leading cause of deaths in adults aged 65 and above in the U.S.

Rapid rise in patients visiting hospitals mandates efficient keeping of patient history and record maintenance, in turn fueling growth of the practice management systems market.

Key Suppliers In The Global Practice Management Systems Market:

Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Henry Schein MicroMD, Athenahealth, Inc., GE Healthcare, NextGen Healthcare Information System LLC, Practice Fusion, McKesson Corporation, Greenway Medical AdvantEgde Healthcare Solutions, MediTouch, and Accumedic Computer Systems.

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Practice Management Systems Market Taxonomy:

The global market is segmented as follows:

Software type: Desktop-only software – intended for single or few computer sharing access, Client-server software – allow multiple users to share and access data, and, Internet-based software – do need separate server for operation

Delivery Platform: Web-based, Cloud, On-premise

Product Type: Integrated, Standalone

Components: Hardware, Software

End Users: Physicians, Pharmacists, Diagnostic Laboratories

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Zarya Jones is a reporter for Oak Tribune. After graduating from NYU with a master degree in sociology, Zarya got an internship at WABC-TV New York and worked on profiling local businesses. Zarya was also a columnist for the NPR. Zarya mostly covers business and community events.