Practice Velocity was ranked among the Top 100 EHRs, an exclusive list published by Medical Economics. Practice Velocity’s VelociDoc™ EMR solution ranked 33 out of 729 ONC-certified electronic health records evaluated by Medical Economics.

Ranking for the Top 100 EHRs is based on key metrics including revenue, platform, Meaningful Use 2 certification, regulatory requirements compliance and more. As the publication’s inaugural Top 100 EHR Report, Medical Economics explained that compilation and publication of this list was necessary to assist the increasing number of physicians looking to improve efficiency and productivity in their practices.

“It is an honor to be named among the top 100 EHRs,” said David Stern, MD, CEO of Practice Velocity. “VelociDoc is the EMR of choice for urgent care centers, used by more urgent care centers than any other system. This latest accolade reinforces why clients choose and stay with Practice Velocity, as evidenced by our 98% client retention rate.”

The editors of Medical Economics determined that evaluating the financial health of EHR companies was essential, particularly as systems are required to meet costly new requirements in 2014 including Meaningful Use 2 and conversion to ICD-10.

Medical Economics is a publication produced by ModernMedicine, an information resource and web community for health professionals with content provided by a diverse group of advisors, consultants and key opinion leaders.