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Cardiovascular Structured Reporting 2018

Cardiovascular Structured Reporting 2018
Who Can Set Clinicians Up For Success?

Authored by: Monique Rasband and Emily Paxman November 27, 2018 | Read Time: 3  minutes

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Adopting structured reporting is top of mind in the cardiology space, but moving the needle has proven difficult. Even when organizations have expanded their deployment of structured reporting, clinician adoption has not always followed; a common reason is that end-user clinicians are dissatisfied with their system. This report highlights what areas are critical to an excellent clinician experience and how well vendors deliver in these areas. KLAS also spoke to 41 deep adopters of structured reporting across a variety of vendors to uncover their keys to success.

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Key Findings

  1. Driving Clinician Satisfaction: INFINITT and Merge Offer Strongest Clinician Experience
  2. Epic: Integration and Support Are Strong; Weak Training and Functionality Drive Clinician Frustration
  3. Proactive Relationships Lacking in Cardiology Today
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