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KLAS Releases 2012 Best in KLAS Awards 12/14/12

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Epic takes top honors for Overall Software Vendor,  Overall Software Suite Vendor, and Overall Physician Practice Vendor in the 2012 Best in KLAS Awards.

Epic sweeps eight Best in KLAS award categories and athenahealth receives the second most Best in KLAS wins. Impact Advisor was named the number one Overall Services Vendor.

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Currently there are "6 comments" on this Article:

  1. Wow, Nuance dethroned in the speech recognition category, their bread and butter area. Maybe it is time they bring back some of the leadership that made their Escription product great in the first place.

  2. Cerner is best in class for extensive IT outsourcing. Hmmm. What does that mean, exactly? Epic sure took it to Cerner.

  3. Extensive IT outsourcing means that an external entity runs a healthcare organization’s IT department and services. AFAIK, Cerner has a deal with one of the University of Missouri health centers to do that, apparently they do it for other organizations as well. Epic does not provide such a service.

  4. Eddie T was correct. Extensive IT outsourcing means that an external entitiy runs the IT department and manages the IT solutions. Ron Mexico is talking about the application hosting which Cerner is also listed first in KLAS. The two are much different services.

  5. So where’s all the angry Epic users that posted the nasty comments the other day.

    Guess they don’t know how to use the KLAS web site, or the Epic Kool-Aid must be out of this world!







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