Dallas – July 15, 2015 – Corepoint Health’s Corepoint Integration Engine was prominently featured in a new performance report issued by KLAS® Research. The report, titled, “Integration Engines: Corepoint Outperforms All Best in KLAS Winners” evaluated various interface engines’ performance, adoption, and user satisfaction after conducting anonymous reviews and interviews with healthcare technology professionals.
The report is available on the KLAS Research website.
According to the authors of the report:
“Corepoint respondents in this study come from organizations using a wide variety of EMRs, and each one gives a high score, showing Corepoint’s adaptability. Corepoint demonstrates scalability and is currently deployed among clients of all bed sizes.” – Integration Engines Performance Report, KLAS Research, May 2015, page 22
While the KLAS study summarized the entire interface engine marketplace, it frequently compared the five most popular vendors: Corepoint Health, Cerner OPENLink, Infor, Intersystems, and Orion Health. In each comparison, Corepoint Integration Engine stood out for its excellent performance and customer satisfaction.
The report quoted the following anonymous respondents:
“When we estimate the number of hours we need for development, the developers who are working on Corepoint Integration Engine seem to estimate a much lower number of hours than those who are working on Orion Health Rhapsody Integration Engine; everything we do on Orion Health’s engine requires more custom programming.” – Integration Engines Performance Report, KLAS Research, May 2015, page 65
“People usually want to put all of their traffic onto a UNIX-based solution because UNIX has a reputation of being able to handle more traffic; but Corepoint Integration Engine is a Windows based solution, so the price point is more favorable. And the entire setup can be made virtual.” – Integration Engines Performance Report, KLAS Research, May 2015, page 135
Corepoint Integration Engine has been named the KLAS Category Leader, Interface Engines for six consecutive years in their annual “Best in KLAS®: Software & Services” report, which is widely considered the equivalent of Consumer Reports for enterprise-level healthcare technology.