“Epiphany is passionate about our customers; we are committed to simplifying their workflow, enhancing productivity, and providing exceptional service."
Midlothian, VA (PRWEB) February 16, 2015
This year’s award marks the sixth consecutive year KLAS has ranked Cardio Server number one. KLAS helps healthcare providers make informed technology decisions by offering accurate, honest, and impartial vendor performance information.
“It is an honor to receive the KLAS Category Leader award from KLAS for the sixth year in a row," states Wally Pruitt, Implementations Manager at Epiphany Healthcare. “Epiphany is passionate about our customers; we are committed to simplifying their workflow, enhancing productivity, and providing exceptional service. As we continue product development and serving our customers, it is rewarding for the Epiphany team to receive such positive feedback, which validates our commitment to excellence."
“I believe it's our people that make the difference. Our teams are committed to proving it up every day,” adds Pat White, Product Manager at Epiphany. “They bring great understanding to this dynamic and diverse industry and are dedicated to helping our customers achieve success in the clinical, IT, and administrative departments.”
Epiphany’s Cardio Server outscored ECG management competitors including GE Healthcare’s MUSE and Philips’ TraceMaster Vue. The report was compiled using direct feedback from hundreds of healthcare provider organizations and ranked vendors based on product scope, functionality, and benefits associated.
In addition to published reports by KLAS, their website provides user commentary, trending data, and scores year-round. Below is one of the solicited comments from an anonymous Cardio Server user found on http://www.klasresearch.com:
“We are currently installing v.4.1.1, which has many enhancements we have requested. We have a large installation base as an IDN. Epiphany Healthcare has been a great partner and has delivered a very reliable solution. The software is stable and steady as a rock once it is implemented. We are very pleased with the overall performance with supporting many different diagnostic waveforms. It is easy to use and the physicians love the remote access for reading and reporting.” –VP/Executive, December 2014
*This commentary may not represent the whole of provider sentiment related to this product or service. Visit KLASresearch.com for a complete view.
Epiphany’s Cardio Server is a web-based management system that receives, manages, and exports diagnostic test results to the EHR. Cardio Server is vendor-neutral and communicates with over 125 devices from over 45 vendors. Physicians can access and edit ECG and other diagnostic test results from anywhere with a standard web browser. Cardio Server accepts data from 15 different modality types such as PFT, stress, Holter, patient monitors, and more. Since Epiphany consolidates individual device interfaces to the EHR, Cardio Server is a cost-effective solution.
About Epiphany Healthcare:
Epiphany Healthcare simplifies clinical workflow using one consolidated EHR interface. With over 650 hospital customers in the US and abroad, Epiphany is committed to serving its customers’ needs through product innovation, the delivery of exceptional service, and an unwavering dedication to interoperability. Discover why Epiphany is the preferred provider when managing multi-vendor, multi-modality diagnostic test data. For more information, please visit http://www.epiphanyhealthdata.com, follow Epiphany on Twitter (@epiphhealth), or Linkedin (http://www.linkedin.com/company/epiphany-healthcare).
KLAS is a research firm on a global mission to improve healthcare delivery by enabling providers to be heard and counted. Working with thousands of healthcare professionals and clinicians, KLAS gathers data on software, services, medical equipment, and infrastructure systems to deliver timely reports, trends, and statistical overviews. The research directly represents the provider voice and acts as a catalyst for improving vendor performance. Follow KLAS on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/KLASresearch.