Frisco, Texas – Jan. 10, 2012 – Corepoint Health is honored to be named the number one interface engine in the 2011 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services report. The 2011 report marks the third consecutive year Corepoint Integration Engine earned this recognition.
The 2011 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services is a summary of performance data collected over the past 12 months from healthcare IT executives and professionals. Included in the report is a ranking of the top vendors overall, as well as a ranking of the top vendors in key areas of performance.
"First and foremost, our gratitude goes to our customers who have completed the surveys and voiced their confidence in our team, our product, and our support," said Phil Guy, CEO, Corepoint Health. "We are proud of the relationships we have built with our customers, which truly is a collaborative partnership created from daily, candid conversations. This team philosophy helps Corepoint Health thoroughly understand and address each customer question, suggestion, or initiative."
Corepoint Health Vice President of Client Services Sonal Patel said their KLAS rating consistency is due to the trusting, engaged customer relationships built by diligently listening to customer needs and delivering support that goes beyond a basic answer. "We know our customers’ integration work is a vital backbone to their healthcare workflows, which is why we pay particularly close attention to their challenges. Our mission is to deliver a complete healthcare integration engine that truly enhances their important initiatives," Patel said. "We are grateful for the growing number of customers who have placed their confidence in Corepoint Health."
According to Corepoint Health Chief Technology Officer Dave Shaver, the purpose of Corepoint Integration Engine is to make it easier for health IT professionals to create and maintain complex healthcare interfaces and deliver a high-performing platform that processes data consistently and continuously. Corepoint Health relies on feedback from customers to guide the progression of the development efforts, including the introduction of features that immediately enhance the work customers perform on a daily basis.
"We know health IT professionals have a significant workload in developing and maintaining interfaces due to Meaningful Use requirements and the increasing demand for health systems to participate in health information exchanges," Shaver said. "Corepoint Integration Engine will continue to provide customers with the confidence to effectively meet these goals with features that enhance the way they develop, test, and manage a growing integrated network and connected care environment."
Corepoint Health is committed to delivering products that help clients build an integration infrastructure capable of quickly adapting to and meeting new demands, which is a key reason why Corepoint Integration Engine became the first interface engine ONC-certified for Modular Ambulatory and Modular Inpatient EHR requirements.
"Our customers are at the center of all that we do at Corepoint Health. Our dedication to their success extends to every part of our organization and is reflected in our products and customer support," said Guy. "We’ve made it our daily mission to proactively take the extra steps, always listen, and fully respond to their needs. This responsiveness fosters a team approach with customers, who provide us with valuable information that keeps Corepoint Integration Engine ahead of changes in the healthcare industry."
The 2011 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services report is available to healthcare providers online for a significant discount off the standard retail price. To purchase the full report, healthcare providers and vendors can visit www.KLASresearch.com/BestinKLAS.
"We are energized by the number of our customers who actively participate in the KLAS surveys and the positive and open reviews they continue to give Corepoint Integration Engine," Guy said.