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Decision Insights 2020
National Trends

author - Taylor Davis
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March 12, 2020 | Read Time: 4  minutes

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In 2019, KLAS collected insights regarding 1,202 HIT purchasing decisions. These insights came from 722 healthcare organizations who had recently purchased or who were planning to purchase a software solution. Some of the market segments with increased purchase energy in 2019 include credentialing, internet of medical things, business intelligence, and payer care management.

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Key Findings:

  1. Increased Purchase Energy in Credentialing, Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), Business Intelligence, and Payer Care Management Solutions
  2. Purchasing Drivers by Market Segment
  3. Highest-Energy HIT Vendors: Who Satisfies and Keeps Their Customers?
  4. Integration and Innovation Correlate with Higher Consideration Rates
  5. Most Replacement Decisions Still Hinge on Functionality, Consolidation, and Integration
author - Amanda Wind Smith
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author - Natalie Jamison
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