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2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards

2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards
Software & Professional Services

December 15, 2009 | Read Time: 4  minutes

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The "Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services" report is published annually on December 15th and is meant to provide an overview of the state of each market segment. Each product or service is listed by market segment. In this report, leaders in the selected Best in KLAS categories receive the Best in KLAS designation, which lasts for one calendar year. Additional performance information and more detailed results are available online through KLAS Online, Platinum KLAS, or in targeted KLAS specialty reports.

The "2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services" is a summary of performance data collected over the past 12 months from healthcare professionals and IT Executives. Included in the report is a ranking of the top vendors overall, as well as a ranking of the top vendors in key areas of performance.

This report draws from data on over 750 products from more than 200 vendors.

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Inpatient Clinical Care

 

Ambulatory & Post Acute Care

 

Financial / Revenue Cycle / HIM

 

Services & Consulting

 

Imaging Systems & Equipment

 
PACS
GE Centricity PACS-IW

87.8

Speech Recognition
Nuance eScription (BES)

89.5

Other

 
Enterprise Scheduling
Unibased Systems Architecture RMS

93.9

Laboratory
Siemens Novius Lab

83.1

Overall IT Services Firm
Hayes Management Consulting

89.5

Pharmacy
Epic Willow

85.7

Planning & Assessment
Impact Advisors

95.3

Radiology
Epic Radiant

81.8

Surgery Management
Unibased Systems Architecture ORMS

91.0


Inpatient Clinical Care

 
Mobile Data Systems
Thomson Reuters Clinical Xpert Navigator

86.9

Ambulatory & Post Acute Care

 

Financial / Revenue Cycle / HIM

 
Patient Flow
TeleTracking Bed Management Suite

84.6

Quality Management
ACS MIDAS+ Care Management

89.4

Staff/Nurse Scheduling
RES-Q Labor Resource Management

84.5

Time and Attendance
API Healthcare Payrollmation Series

83.6

Value Based Care

 

Services & Consulting

 

Imaging Systems & Equipment

 

Other

 
Anesthesia
GE Centricity Perioperative Anesthesia

75.4

Budgeting
Eclipsys Sunrise EPSi Budgeting

88.9

Clinical Portals
McKesson Physician Portal

83.7

Dictation and Transcription
3M ChartScript (T)

79.7

Labor and Delivery
(Acute Care)

CCSI OBIX Perinatal Data System

86.0

Laboratory
(Ambulatory)

Orchard Harvest LIS

91.2

Laboratory
(Community)

Orchard Harvest LIS

93.2

Laboratory Anatomic Pathology
Sunquest CoPath

79.5

Laboratory Blood Bank
SCC SoftBank

83.6

Mammography
PenRad MIS

90.5

Medical Records Other
3M ClinTrac CA/APC Pro

85.3

Medication Administration
Epic EpicCare Inpatient MAR

88.8

Other Services
InSiteOne InDex

87.0

Patient Monitoring Systems
Epiphany Cardio Server (ECG)*

75.1

Pharmacy
(Community)

Siemens Pharmacy

74.6

Radiology
(Ambulatory)

Avreo interWORKS

87.6

Radiology
(Community)

MEDITECH C/S Imaging and Therapeutic Services

74.8

Revenue Cycle - Medical Necessity
McKesson Pathways Compliance Advisor

78.1

Specimen Collection Bar Coding
Iatric Systems MobiLab

91.5

Staff Augmentation
Innovative Healthcare Solutions Inc.

96.8

Teleradiology Services
Virtual Radiologic

91.8

Vendor Selection
Innovative Health Strategies

98.2

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