iMDsoft Gets Strong Vote of Confidence in New KLAS Anesthesia Documentation Report

100% of iMDsoft clients include MV-OR AIMS in their long-term plans, citing anesthesiologist preference and seamless interfacing capabilities

NEEDHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- iMDsoft®’s Anesthesia Information Management System, MV-ORTM, was reviewed in the “Anesthesia Documentation 2011: Slow but Steady Progress” report published by KLAS, an independent research and consulting firm that monitors healthcare technology vendors.

The report notes that “Early feedback suggests iMDsoft bucks the best-of-breed trend. Of initial iMDsoft survey respondents, 100% included iMDsoft in their long-term plans, citing anesthesiologist preference and high confidence for seamless interfacing with clinical and surgical systems.”

In iMDsoft’s performance overview, the report offers the following assessment of MV-OR: “The product offers strong customizability, deep functionality, and ease of use. According to providers, they can interface well with EMR systems, and so far iMDsoft has carried through on promises.” MV-OR’s seamless integration capabilities received strong reviews throughout the report: "Interestingly, iMDsoft seems to have found the secret other best-of-breed vendors struggle with: seamless interfacing."

MV-OR generates a comprehensive anesthesia record, including accurate tracking of events, medications, and procedures. The system ensures that all billable events are registered, maximizing both professional fee capture and hospital billing. MV-OR supports the OR workflow and documentation processes, and has powerful decision support tools which improve patient care and adherence to internal protocols and regulatory guidelines.

The report evaluated ten vendors, including Picis, Cerner, GE, Philips, McKesson, and others, and is based on the responses of 189 clients in North America. Respondents evaluated vendors in the following categories: sales & contracting, implementation & training, functionality & upgrades, service & support, and general satisfaction.

“It is very gratifying to see MV-OR so well-reviewed by clients and KLAS analysts,” said Phyllis Gotlib, CEO, iMDsoft. “Our overall performance score confirms the value of our system in the most demanding clinical settings.”

About iMDsoft

iMDsoft is a leading provider of Clinical Information Systems (CIS) for perioperative, critical, and acute care. The company's flagship family of solutions, the MetaVision® Suite, was first implemented in 1999. It has since become a market leader, with implementations in a wide range of ICUs, ORs, and general wards. Major medical centers across the US, Europe, Asia, and Australia use iMDsoft’s technology to improve care quality, promote patient safety, enhance financial performance, support research and compliance, and achieve sustainable market leadership. To learn more, visit www.imd-soft.com.

About KLAS

KLAS is a research firm specializing in monitoring and reporting the performance of healthcare vendors. KLAS’ mission is to improve delivery of healthcare, by independently measuring vendor performance for the benefit of healthcare provider partners, consultants, investors, and vendors by collecting accurate, honest and impartial provider experiences. Working together with executives from over 4500 hospitals and over 2500 clinics, KLAS delivers timely reports, trends, and statistics, which provide a solid overview of vendor performance in the industry. KLAS measures performance of software, professional services, medical equipment, and infrastructure vendors. For more information, go to www.KLASresearch.com, email [email protected], or call 1-800-920-4109 to speak with a KLAS representative. Follow KLAS on Twitter at www.twitter.com/KLASresearch.



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