KLAS is pleased to announce the publication of a new report about medical device integration systems today. A few highlights from the report are featured below.
– MDIS technology was noted to increase quality and efficiency through improving physiological monitoring accuracy by automating documentation, by giving clinicians more time to spend on patient care, and by giving physicians the ability to view logged data for trending and other clinical analysis.
– Clients reported that the vendors have varied strengths.
– Less than two points separated the highest and lowest scoring vendor.
– The three vendors included in this research are Capsule’s DataCaptor, Cerner’s iBus, and iSirona’s DeviceConX.
Vendors of medical device integration systems (MDIS) offer a variety of interoperability and workflow efficiencies for hospitals.
Orem, Utah-February 14, 2012 In KLAS’ first medical device integration systems (MDIS) report, Medical Device Integration 2012: Proven Connections, the market consists of three established vendors. Although all three vendors are high scoring, their clients report that they have varied strengths. Seventy-four providers gave their feedback concerning Capsule’s DataCaptor, Cerner’s iBus, and iSirona’s DeviceConX performance and connection/reporting capability for this research study.
MDIS technology was noted to increase quality and efficiency in three ways: It improves physiological monitoring accuracy by automating documentation, gives clinicians more time to spend on patient care, and gives physicians the ability to view logged data for trending and other clinical analysis. Sixty-six percent of respondents reported that this automation saves time and provides the ability to make more informed decisions concerning patient care using the tools and the trending data that MDIS technology captures and presents.
KLAS analyzed the provider-reported feedback and built a specific brief about each vendor and their product that is designed not only to inform the provider of the capability and performance of these vendors, but also to give insight into the MDIS market and the lessons learned by their provider peers.
To learn more about the MDIS marketplace, the report Medical Device Integration 2012: Proven Connections is available to healthcare providers online for a significant discount. To purchase, healthcare providers and vendors can visit www.KLASresearch.com/reports.
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