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"Best in KLAS" Winners Announced: Epic Tops

December 15, 2009
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Orem, Utah-based KLAS released its annual rankings of the best-performing healthcare IT software and services vendors.

The 2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services report includes performance ratings for nearly 900 software products and service offerings

2009 Best in KLAS vendors for software:

Acute Care EMR

Epic EpicCare Inpatient

Homecare

McKesson Horizon Homecare

Ambulatory EMR (Over 100 Physicians)

Epic EpicCare Ambulatory

Laboratory

Siemens Novius Lab

Ambulatory EMR (26-100 Physicians)

eClinicalWorks EMR

PACS

GE Centricity PACS-IW

Ambulatory EMR (6-25 Physicians)

Greenway Medical PrimeSuite Chart

Patient Accounting and Patient Management

Epic Resolute Hospital Billing

Ambulatory EMR (2-5 Physicians)

Epic EpicCare Inpatient

Pharmacy

Epic Willow

Cardiology

Digisonics DigiView

Practice Management (Over 100 Physicians)

Epic Resolute/Prelude/Cadence

Community HIS

McKesson Paragon

Practice Management (26-100 Physicians)

McKesson Horizon Practice Plus

Decision Support – Business

Eclipsys Sunrise EPSi Decision Support

Practice Management (6-25 Physicians)

Greenway Medical PrimeSuite Practice

Document Management and Imaging

MedPlus ChartMaxx

Practice Management (2-5 Physicians)

athenahealth

Emergency Department

Wellsoft EDIS

Radiology

Epic Radiant

Enterprise Scheduling

Unibased Systems Architecture RMS

Speech Recognition

Nuance eScription

Financial/ERP

McKesson Pathways Fin./Materials/HR Mgr

Surgery Management

Unibased Systems Architecture ORMS

2009 Best in KLAS vendors for professional services are:

Application Hosting (CIS/ERP/HIS)

Cerner

IT Outsourcing (Extensive)

CareTech

Claims and Clearinghouse Services

RealMed

Outsourced Transcription

Webmedx

Clinical Implementation Principal

ACS

Planning and Assessment

Impact Advisors

Clinical Implementation Supportive

Coastal Healthcare Consulting

Revenue Cycle Transformation

Deloitte Consulting

Financial ERP Implementation

CSC

Technical Services

Hayes Management

In addition to recognizing the Best in KLAS honorees, the 2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services report also highlights the highest-performing vendors across all the market segments in which they have rated products or services – a group known as the Top 20. In the 2009 report, Epic is the top-ranked software vendor, with an overall performance score of 86.85 out of 100, followed by 3M and Ingenix. The top-rated services firm is Hayes Management (89.5), followed by Ingenix and Deloitte.

To purchase the full report, healthcare providers and vendors can visit www.KLASresearch.com/top_20.

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