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2007 Mid-Term Performance Review - Software, Professional Services, and Medical Equipment 2007 Mid-Term Performance Review - Software, Professional Services, and Medical Equipment
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2007 Mid-Term Performance Review - Software, Professional Services, and Medical Equipment

June 15, 2007

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KLAS' Top 20 Mid-Year Report Card summarizes vendor performance rankings for both software and medical equipment, along with professional firms.

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2007 Mid-Year category leaders demonstrate leadership in working with customers to resolve issues and match expectations to reality. This year, providers have identified several new Category Leaders. The Category Leader designation is reserved for vendor products that lead their market segment in the Mid-Year Report.

The following new market segments have been added this year:

  • Anesthesia
  • CAD
  • Mammography
  • Revenue Cycle - Chargemaster Management
  • Revenue Cycle - Medical Necessity
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Open MR
  • Smart Pumps
  • Ambulatory EMR (over 100 physicians)
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