Hyland, creator of OnBase Earns ‘Best in KLAS’ for Healthcare Document Management and Imaging
OnBase by Hyland, an enterprise content management (ECM) solution, was ranked the top healthcare Document Management and Imaging (DMI) software product, according to the 2014 Best in KLAS: Software & Services report, an independent ranking based on customer feedback from healthcare information technology (HIT) providers. OnBase earned the highest overall score and product quality rating in the DMI category.
According to current data on KLASresearch.com, the overall score OnBase received is more than six points ahead of the average score for DMI vendors. 100 percent of the organizations interviewed using OnBase said OnBase was a part of their long-term plans and would buy OnBase again. In addition, two-thirds of those organizations ranked Hyland as their best vendor, nearly double the average in the DMI category.
'We are honored to be able to continue to work with talented healthcare providers to create the annual Best in KLAS report. Their feedback is beneficial as vendors strive for excellence,' said Adam Gale, CEO and president of KLAS Research. 'We also look forward to expanding our global research initiative to evaluate additional products/services that impact both provider and vendor success.'
OnBase provides an enterprise solution that connects information from various clinical and financial systems used in different departments across the enterprise, enabling organizations to deliver the highest quality of care and improve cost accountability. Today, more than 1,600 healthcare organizations use OnBase and a majority of them integrate OnBase with their EMR or health information system to create one patient record and deliver superb patient care.
'We're honored to receive this award, which is indicative of our long-term partnerships with our customers who help define our product roadmap as well as improve our customer service methodologies,' said Susan deCathelineau, vice president of healthcare sales and services at Hyland. 'As healthcare organizations continue to work towards improving patient care, decreasing costs and achieving meaningful use standards, they seek technology solutions that will help them use their data, documents and unstructured content in impactful ways.'
To learn more about why more than 1,600 healthcare organizations use OnBase, visit OnBase.com/Healthcare.