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2009 Best in KLAS Awards - Medical Equipment

June 15, 2009

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The "2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Medical Equipment" report is a summary of the performance data collected over the past 13 months from healthcare professionals regarding their medical equipment vendors.

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Inpatient Clinical Care

 

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Category Leader 2009

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KLAS Research published our first Performance Report in 1999. Since then, Best in KLAS has grown to include a broad range of healthcare software and services. We are thankful for the tens of thousands of provider voices that make this annual report a reality.

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