Value is the major concern for community hospital providers who are evaluating PACS replacements, according to new KLAS study, Community and Ambulatory PACS 2012: Questions of Value. In the community hospital market, a vendor’s ability to balance price and continued functionality development is strongly tied to customers’ overall satisfaction. The value leaders, according to KLAS, […]
KLAS: Cardiology Solutions Still Don’t Offer The Whole Picture
Although the cardiology IT market is improving, providers still can’t identify one vendor that successfully offers integration, functionality, and comprehensive modules, according to a new report from KLAS — Cardiology IT 2012: Fitting the Pieces Together. In the study, McKesson, Merge, Philips, and Siemens were named top-tier vendors in terms of the combination of adoption […]
Ben Brown, GM, Medical Equipment & Imaging Informatics, KLAS, Talks Speech Recognition, Podcast
Providers report a demonstrable return on their speech recognition dollars, such as staff reductions, improved report turnaround times, and increased physician satisfaction, according to a new report from KLAS Speech Recognition 2010: Vocalizing Benefits. Click on the player below to hear a Podcast with report author Ben Brown Still, there is room for improvement, finds […]
KLAS: Cardiovascular IS Market Not Healthy
Thirty percent of respondents are considering replacing their cardiovascular information system (CVIS) because of frustrations with product functionality and integration, according to a new report from KLAS — Cardiology IT: Has the industry missed a beat? The high percentage is indicative of poor performance from most vendors in the space, according to KLAS.