News | December 20, 2007

MedcomSoft Receives 2007’s 'Best in KLAS' EMR Ranking

December 18, 2007 - MedcomSoft Inc. a provider of the next generation of interoperable electronic health records (EHR) announced today that KLAS’ “2007:Top 20 Year-End Best in KLAS Awards” has named MedcomSoft “Best in KLAS” in the Ambulatory EMR 1-5 Physicians category.

MedcomSoft retains its position as the top vendor in this highly competitive market, having also been ranked number one in the 2007 Mid-Year Report. Released in conjunction with the new ratings, KLAS’ 2007 Ambulatory Digest Report noted that “MedcomSoft leads a strong group of competitors in their market segment (1-5 physicians) in KLAS scoring. Service is a forte, as clients talk about them being proactive. Providers are also very happy with the support and training they receive and appear to have a good relationship with MedcomSoft.” In addition, it was noted that “MedcomSoft appears to be poised for growth with…some rather sophisticated functional offerings not normally seen with a new market entry or one that serves the smaller practice market.”

KLAS, an organization dedicated to improving healthcare information technology (HIT) delivery, bestows its Year-End "Best in KLAS" Awards to technology, service, and medical equipment providers based on information in customer satisfaction surveys completed by healthcare professionals at physician practices throughout the country.

“KLAS is a well-respected organization in HIT, and we are honored to have received this award," stated Sami Aita, M.D., the founder and CEO of MedcomSoft. “This result is a testament to the hard work of our employees and our commitment to delivering solutions that enable our customers to improve the quality of patient care, while improving their quality of life.” The “Top 20: KLAS Year-End Report” examines several key facets of customer-vendor relationships including service, implementation, upgrades, contracting and sales. KLAS highlights for MedcomSoft Record include:
• MedcomSoft Record received a 100 percent ranking among respondents in the 1- 5 Physicians category when asked if they would purchase the product again.
• MedcomSoft Record also received a 100 percent ranking in the same category when asked if clients would recommend the product to a friend or peer.
• MedcomSoft Record showed the biggest improvement in scores in the 1- 5 Physicians category from the 2006 “Best in KLAS” Year-End report.
• MedcomSoft Record was ranked among the highest of all category vendors with respect to ease of implementation.

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