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Top 20 KLAS Reports in 2018: Part 3 of 4

Part three of the KLAS top 20 reports.

Every year, KLAS publishes more than 50 reports, providing insights across a wide swath of the Healthcare IT market. While each of these has an audience, there are some that gain more traction than others. We’ve gone back through the last year and collected all the highest-viewed reports from 2018.


10. Remote Patient Monitoring

Authored by: Bret Sharp and Colin Buckley

Purpose: The tactical result of highly strategic efforts such as population health and patient engagement, RPM solutions collect biometric data from patients at home. KLAS spoke with organizations using the seven leading RPM vendors to validate RPM viability.


9. Enterprise Imaging

Authored by: Monique Rasband and Emily Paxman

Purpose: Because of the evolving nature of the enterprise imaging market, providers are looking for the best path forward to success. This report is based on feedback from 137 organizations, shedding light on how top-performing vendors drive success.


8. Worksite Health Services

Authored by: Joe Van De Graaff

Purpose: KLAS defines worksite health services as “employer-sponsored healthcare delivery and prevention services done at or near the employer worksite.” This report acts as a market guide to help employers identify which firms are playing in this space and why employers make the buying decisions they do.


7. Healthcare Business Intelligence

Authored by: Julie Beard and Lois Krotz

Purpose: This report validates the depth of vendors advanced capabilities and explores the healthcare outcomes that provider organizations are achieving in using BI solutions. This report also categorizes various vendors to help a market loaded with many options and little transparency.


6. Credentialing

Authored by: Tanya Egbert

Purpose: As healthcare providers continue to consolidate in great numbers, many CIO and other executives are looking for information on the credentialing options available to them. A first of it’s kind, this report looked at over 100 executives experiences to establish what options are available to provider organizations.