Dimensional Insight Awarded Best in KLAS for Third Year in a Row

Only Ranked Business Intelligence Solution to attain 100% “Buy Again” Rating

BURLINGTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Dimensional Insight—whose Diver business intelligence solution helps hospitals across the US meet their quality, financial, operational and regulatory targets—announced today they again received the 2011 Best in KLAS Awards: Software and Services award for Business Intelligence/Reporting.

“Outgunning larger firms to win the Best in KLAS award three years running is huge accomplishment,” said Dimensional Insight CEO, Fred Powers. “Among ranked solutions, only The Diver Solution attained a score of 100% for “Buy Again,” reflecting a level of customer satisfaction unmatched by other business intelligence solutions.”

Over two decades, Dimensional Insight has worked with hundreds of hospitals across the US to harness data from multiple systems into interactive reports, dashboards, scorecards, and analytical tools. Clinical, quality, operations, and financial departments rely on the resulting timely access to data to drive improvements.

The flexibility inherent in Diver’s architecture allows hospitals to implement business intelligence initiatives faster, more flexibly, and more cost effectively than competing solutions.

Many hospitals design their dashboards and interactive reports or use Diver’s analytical tool to tackle productivity, quality, revenue cycle, and clinical challenges on their own.

Extensive client collaboration also helped Dimensional Insight develop a suite of hospital-specific solutions to speed up business intelligence initiatives, including:

     
Physician Performance Advisor   Summarizes physician activity across a wide range of performance criteria, including utilization, quality, safety, and patient satisfaction.
Surgery Advisor   Monitors information critical to optimizing utilization and efficiency of surgical facilities.
Productivity Advisor   Provides front-line managers and executives with up-to-date actionable information on staffing, workload, and productivity metrics.
Executive Dashboard   Consolidates information from across the hospital or institution for convenient, timely access and analysis.

General Ledger Advisor

 

Enables role-based access to details behind General Ledger dashboard regardless of the source system.

About Dimensional Insight

Dimensional Insight, www.dimins.com, solves business intelligence challenges for over 2600 clients globally. The Diver Solution, Dimensional Insight’s platform for aggregating data from multiple sources and distributing interactive reports, dashboards, and access for ad hoc analytics is named after the unique way users navigate complex data sets. Dimensional Insight’s industry-specific solutions—built on Diver—command leading market share in healthcare, beverage distribution, and other industries. Dimensional Insight leads in customer satisfaction, reflected in maintaining the Best in KLAS award for Business Intelligence/Reporting 3 years in a row and attaining a 100% “Buy Again” Rating from KLAS, based on hospital clients ratings collected independently by KLAS.

About KLAS

KLAS Enterprises, LLC is an independent technology research firm that compiles annual ratings of healthcare IT vendor performance from healthcare executives, managers, and clinicians from over 4,500 hospitals and 2,500 clinics to inform providers’ technology selections.



CONTACT:

Dimensional Insight, Inc.
Kathryn Roy, 781-229-9111
Chief Marketing Officer
[email protected]

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