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Business Decision Support Systems Report 2005

February 4, 2005 | Read Time: 1  minute

Healthcare organizations are continually challenged with meeting regulatory changes as well as negotiating for the best possible payer reimbursements. Many organizations have turned to Business Decision Support tools to assist in planning and analysis of revenue opportunities and to measure clinical performance.

KLAS' study of the major Business Decision Support systems provides insight into the varying system capabilities such as cost accounting, budgeting, product line, revenue and contract management, analyzing patterns of care etc. Additional sections of the study contain pricing comments, win/loss information, technical information and general vendor/product overviews.

Vendors with products rated in the study include Avega, Eclipsys, McKesson and Siemens. An addendum to the report inludes information on products from Datamasters, EPSi, HealthShare, Health Ware Concepts, IDX and Kreg.

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