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Epic Scores KLAS Hat Trick

December 18, 2007
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Verona, Wis.-based Epic Systems Corporation garnered three top honors from KLAS (Orem, Utah) in the company’s most recent ranking of healthcare IT providers.

In the imaging space, winners include Emageon, DR Systems and GE.

Other “2007 Best in KLAS, General Market Software Leaders” are:

  • Acute Care CDR, Orders and Charting — Epic EpicCare Inpatient
  • Acute Care Registration/Scheduling/Patient Accounting — Epic Resolute Hospital Billing
  • Cardiology PACS — Emageon VERICIS (Camtronics)
  • Decision Support, Business — EPSi Decision Support
  • Document Management and Imaging — Perceptive Software ImageNow
  • Emergency Department Systems — Wellsoft EDIS
  • Enterprise Scheduling — USA RMS
  • Financial/ERP — McKesson PW Financial/Materials Mgmt.
  • Laboratory — Sunquest Lab (Misys)
  • PACS — DR Systems Unity
  • Pharmacy — Epic EpicRx Inpatient
  • Radiology — GE Centricity RIS-IC (v.10)
  • Surgery Management — USA ORMS
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