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"I share my voice with the KLAS community because it is of great value to exchange knowledge and experiences regarding our technology-related investments and services. I contribute to KLAS with the trust that my peers and others will do the same.”
- Rick Schooler, CIO, Orlando Health
“I share my voice with the KLAS community because I believe in the power of fact based decisions, and intelligent conversations that lead to positive change across the industry.”
- Rasu Shrestha, Chief Innovation Officer, UPMC
"KLAS is the single best source of honest, unbiased information about the software and equipment that keeps healthcare moving forward. They give a voice to the people who actually use these systems."
- George Reynolds, Former CIO Children's Hospital and Medical Center, Nebraska
“I share my voice with the KLAS community because I find great value in the collective shared experiences KLAS presents in such a unique way in our industry, adding my voice to this collective is the least I can do. ”
- Brian Patty, CMIO, Rush University Medical Center
"I share my voice with the KLAS community because they provide an essential service to the healthcare community by consolidating all the feedback that myself and my colleagues provide."
- Deane Morrison, CIO, Capital Regional Health Care

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A Deep Dive on the EMR Improvement Collaborative

May 18, 2017

In healthcare IT, the story is no different. We hear unending tales of the latest and greatest healthcare IT solutions, and yet often providers feel underwhelmed and oversold. Perhaps because it’s the cornerstone of an organization’s technology, the EMR often seems to carry more than its fair share of the productivity paradox.


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Why We Do What We Do: A Ninja Perspective

May 5, 2017

“Ugh, fine.” That’s not what I dream of a physician saying when I ask if they could spare a few minutes to talk with me about the healthcare IT products they use. But it’s what one provider said to me during one of my first calls at KLAS.


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The HIT Productivity Paradox

May 4, 2017

"You see the computer age everywhere but in the productivity statistics." Starting as far back as the 1970s industries began to see that as investment into IT increased, productivity decreased in response. As Meaningful Use and other government initiatives worldwide have pushed EMRs and other HIT solutions into the forefront of buying decisions, healthcare now faces its own version of this same paradox.


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The Little Engine That Could – My Journey to KLAS

Apr 28, 2017

Many are familiar with the story The Little Engine That Could. For those unfamiliar, the story tells of a stranded train attempting to get toys to the children on the other side of the mountain. Several train engines passing by refuse to help, with various excuses for their lack of sympathy. Finally, a little blue engine offers humble assistance, exclaiming “I think I can!” again and again until the obstacle (the mountain) is overcome and the toys are delivered to the mountain village children.


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