News | January 29, 2013

KLAS Awards Epiphany’s Cardio Server Category Leader for ECG Data Management

KLAS ECG Management Epiphany Cardiography Products LLC Cardiac PACS

January 29, 2013 —Epiphany has received the “Category Leader” recognition in ECG Management from KLAS for the fourth consecutive year.

What is KLAS? KLAS helps healthcare providers make informed technology decisions by measuring and reporting accurate, honest and impartial vendor performance data. KLAS speaks with hospital and clinic executives, administrators, physicians, nurses and other directors and managers with business responsibilities regarding the experiences they are having with their vendors and products. Routinely, KLAS works with over 20,000 people from 5,000 hospitals and nearly 3,000 ambulatory organizations annually in order to gather direct client feedback on vendor performance.

Epiphany’s Cardio Server is a browser-based, intuitive management system application that receives, manages and exports diagnostic test results to electronic medical records (EMRs). Cardio Server communicates with over 100 devices, from over 40 vendors, in 15 diagnostic modalities, consolidating individual device interfaces to the EMR. Physicians and other users can access and edit ECG data and other diagnostic test results from anywhere in the hospital, the office, or home using a standard web browser. Users are also able to access ECGs from their smart devices.

“Epiphany works to maintain a constant level of customer satisfaction across many levels; from new customers to our long standing 'customer partners,' we strive to assist healthcare providers in achieving their clinical, administrative and IT objectives. As we continue to grow in the industry and face new challenges, it is rewarding to know that our customers believe we are on the right path, positively contributing to their success,” states Kelli Sudduth, VP Implementations, Training, and Support at Epiphany.

For more information: www.epiphanycardio.com

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