Agfa Heartlab Cardiovascular ranks #1 in KLAS report
Cardiovascular business unit gains reflect rise in customer satisfaction
Mortsel, Belgium, August 10, 2006, Agfa HealthCare today announces that its Heartlab cardiovascular solution for cardiology image and information management, received the top rating for Cardiology PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) in the KLAS Mid-Year Report (June 2006, www.healthcomputing.com). Evaluated against a total of eight Cardiology PACS vendors, Agfa Heartlab Cardiovascular received the highest overall score on KLAS’ detailed analysis of data covering contracting and sales, to implementation, service and upgrade.
KLAS specializes in monitoring and reporting the performance of healthcare information technology vendors. The KLAS database, a repository that serves as the basis of the Mid-Year report, is comprised of feedback from more than 6,000 healthcare executives and facilities. The report ranks 300 vendors and 40 HIT product lines. Agfa’s overall score in cardiology has increased by four percent since the last report.
“Agfa HealthCare is continuing the Heartlab legacy of innovation, quality and service,” said Mike LaChance, Vice President of Agfa’s Cardiovascular Business Unit. “The increase from the last report in our satisfaction rating is testament to our commitment to the service of our customers,” he said.
“A vital element of the KLAS data is that it comes from one source, the clients themselves. KLAS is pleased to recognize Agfa Heartlab with the first place Cardiology PACS ranking in the KLAS Mid-Year Top 20 Report,” said Ralph Reyes Jr., KLAS Senior VP.
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