Healthcare Execs Vote Epic Best Software Vendor in KLAS Enterprises Survey

Epic Tops Ballot Three Times Running



Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Epic Systems Corporation

    MADISON, Wis., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Epic Systems Corporation
 (www.epicsystems.com) today announced it has been recognized as Best Overall
 Software Vendor by KLAS Enterprises (www.healthcomputing.com).  KLAS, a
 leading healthcare industry research and consulting firm based award on
 responses to a survey of CIOs and health information executives from
 3,000 U.S. healthcare organizations.
     "It is not a surprise that this is the third consecutive award Epic has
 received from the surveys," states Kent Gale, Executive Director of KLAS
 Market Intelligence.  "Based on their customer feedback, Epic represents the
 best of the very best in the healthcare software market.  Epic cares for their
 customers 'bone deep,' and it shows in their products."
     Epic focuses on delivering strategic and operational advantages to their
 customers through information technology by providing integrated, enterprise-
 wide software systems that improve patient care and reduce costs.  "We are
 very pleased that our customers have recognized us with this high honor," says
 Epic CEO Judith Faulkner.  "We view ourselves as working partners who are
 committed to helping our customers meet their goals."
 
     Scalability and Performance
 
     Epic software offers the greatest breadth and depth of functionality in
 today's market.  With the proven ability to support thousands of simultaneous
 users with excellent response time, Epic software delivers the scalability and
 performance that is key to success for the healthcare enterprise.
 
     About Epic
 
     Epic, headquartered in Madison, Wis., is one of the nation's largest
 suppliers of information technology solutions to the healthcare industry and
 offers clinical, access and revenue cycle systems for the entire continuum of
 care.  These include inpatient, ambulatory and payor application suites, all
 of which are developed by Epic, share a common patient-centered database, and
 are seamlessly integrated on a common platform.
 
 

SOURCE Epic Systems Corporation
    MADISON, Wis., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Epic Systems Corporation
 (www.epicsystems.com) today announced it has been recognized as Best Overall
 Software Vendor by KLAS Enterprises (www.healthcomputing.com).  KLAS, a
 leading healthcare industry research and consulting firm based award on
 responses to a survey of CIOs and health information executives from
 3,000 U.S. healthcare organizations.
     "It is not a surprise that this is the third consecutive award Epic has
 received from the surveys," states Kent Gale, Executive Director of KLAS
 Market Intelligence.  "Based on their customer feedback, Epic represents the
 best of the very best in the healthcare software market.  Epic cares for their
 customers 'bone deep,' and it shows in their products."
     Epic focuses on delivering strategic and operational advantages to their
 customers through information technology by providing integrated, enterprise-
 wide software systems that improve patient care and reduce costs.  "We are
 very pleased that our customers have recognized us with this high honor," says
 Epic CEO Judith Faulkner.  "We view ourselves as working partners who are
 committed to helping our customers meet their goals."
 
     Scalability and Performance
 
     Epic software offers the greatest breadth and depth of functionality in
 today's market.  With the proven ability to support thousands of simultaneous
 users with excellent response time, Epic software delivers the scalability and
 performance that is key to success for the healthcare enterprise.
 
     About Epic
 
     Epic, headquartered in Madison, Wis., is one of the nation's largest
 suppliers of information technology solutions to the healthcare industry and
 offers clinical, access and revenue cycle systems for the entire continuum of
 care.  These include inpatient, ambulatory and payor application suites, all
 of which are developed by Epic, share a common patient-centered database, and
 are seamlessly integrated on a common platform.
 
 SOURCE  Epic Systems Corporation