News | January 29, 2015

KLAS Announces 2014 Best in KLAS for PACS, CVIS, EMR Software

New segments for 2014 focus on population health, urgent care, among other

KLAS Announces  2014 Best in KLAS for PACS, CVIS, EMR Software

January 29, 2015 — The 2014 Best in KLAS report ranks healthcare vendors and their solutions by the professionals who use them—healthcare providers. New segments in this report include Population Health, Urgent Care, Alarm Management and CDI Services. This report also highlights shifts in product performance, upcoming products and services to watch and the continual efforts vendors are making to produce quality options

KLAS also published the inaugural edition of the Global (Non-U.S.) Best in KLAS report. This separate report ranks vendor and product performance outside the United States in the following segments: Electronic Medical Record (EMR), Patient Administration System (PAS) and Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS)

Winners in select categories were:
Cardiology — Merge Cardio
PACS — Sectra PACS
Radiology — DR Systems Unity RIS
Cardiology Hemodynamics — Merge Hemo
ECG Management — Epiphany Healthcare Cardio Server
Global PACS | Asia/Pacific — Carestream Vue PACS
Global PACS | Europe — Carestream Vue PACS
Global PACS | North America (Canada) — Intelerad IntelePACS
Image Exchange — DICOM Grid DG Suite
Mammography Information System — PenRad MIS
Oncology — Elekta Mosaiq
PACS, Ambulatory — Sectra PACS
PACS, Community — Sectra PACS
Treatment Planning — Varian Eclipse
VNA/Image Archive — TeraMedica Evercore

For a full list of Best in KLAS winners, Global (Non-U.S.) Best in KLAS winners, and Category Leaders, visit www.klasresearch.com/lp/2014-bestinklas.

For more information: www.klasresearch.com

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