The U.S. electronic health records market will continue to grow even as Meaningful Use incentive funds start running out, according to research firm Kalorama Information.

The firm projects annual market growth of seven to eight percent during the next five years, with good competition and stable growth despite the absence of incentives boosting the market. An EHR market now valued at nearly $25 billion will grow to $35.2 billion by 2019, according to Kalorama. This includes revenue for EHRs, CPOE, installation, training, services and consulting; it does not include PACS and hardware.

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