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Best in KLAS 2020

Best in KLAS 2020
Software/Services

January 31, 2020 | Read Time: 9  minutes

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Best in KLAS is a recognition given to vendors for outstanding efforts to help healthcare professionals deliver better patient care. The Best in KLAS designation is reserved for the software and services market segments that have the broadest operational and clinical impact on healthcare organizations. Separate from the winners of Best in KLAS, Category Leaders also earn top honors for helping healthcare professionals provide better patient care. The Category Leader designation is reserved for use in select market segments that don’t qualify for Best in KLAS.

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BIK 2020

Inpatient Clinical Care

 

Ambulatory & Post Acute Care

 

Financial / Revenue Cycle / HIM

 

Value Based Care

 

Services & Consulting

 

Imaging Systems & Equipment

 

Payer Solutions

 

Other

 
Category Leader 2020

Inpatient Clinical Care

 

Ambulatory & Post Acute Care

 

Financial / Revenue Cycle / HIM

 

Value Based Care

 

Security & Privacy

 

Services & Consulting

 

Imaging Systems & Equipment

 

Payer Solutions

 

Other

 
 
 

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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