KLAS Healthcare IoT Security

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KLAS data and reports are a compilation of research gathered from websites, healthcare industry reports, interviews with healthcare organization executives and managers, and interviews with vendor and consultant organizations. Data gathered from these sources includes strong opinions (which should not be interpreted as actual facts) reflecting the emotion of exceptional success and, at times, failure. The information is intended solely as a catalyst for a more meaningful and effective investigation on your organization's part and is not intended, nor should it be used, to replace your organization's due diligence. KLAS data and reports represent the combined opinions of actual people from healthcare organizations regarding how their vendors, products, and/or services perform against their organization's objectives and expectations. KLAS findings are a unique compilation of candid opinions and are real measurements representing the feedback of interviewed individuals. The findings presented are not meant to be conclusive data for an entire client base. Significant variables—including a respondent's role within their organization as well as the organization's type (rural, teaching, specialty, etc.), size, objectives, depth/breadth of soware use, soware version, and system infrastructure/network—impact participants' opinions and preclude an exact apples-to- apples vendor/product comparison or a finely tuned statistical analysis. We encourage our clients, friends, and partners using KLAS research data to take into account these variables as they include KLAS data with their own due diligence. For frequently asked questions about KLAS methodology, please refer to the KLAS FAQs. Copyright Infringement Warning This report and its contents are copyright- protected works and are intended solely for your organization. Any other organization, consultant, investment company, or vendor enabling or obtaining unauthorized access to this report will be liable for all damages associated with copyright infringement, which may include the full price of the report and/or attorney fees. For information regarding your specific obligations, please refer to the KLAS Data Use Policy. Note The findings presented are not meant to be conclusive data for an entire client base. Performance scores may change significantly when additional healthcare organizations are interviewed, especially when the existing sample size is smaller, as in an emerging market with a small number of live clients. Reader Responsibility Author Joe Van De Graaff Writer Amanda Smith Author Dan Czech Data Coordinator Isaac Burgi Designer Madison Fujimoto 630 E. Technology Ave. Orem, UT 84097 Ph: (800) 920-4109 Cover image: © Monster Ztudio / Adobe Stock Our Mission Improving the world's healthcare through collaboration, insights, and transparency. For more information about KLAS, please visit our website: What Does "Limited Data" Mean? Some products are used in only a small number of facilities, and some vendors are resistant to providing client lists. Thus a vendor's sample size may not reach KLAS' required threshold of 15 unique respondents. When a vendor's sample size is less than 15, the score for that vendor is marked with an asterisk (*) or otherwise designated as "limited data." If the sample size is less than 6, no score is shown. Note that when a vendor has a low number of reporting sites, the possibility exists for KLAS scores to change significantly as new surveys are collected. Overall scores are measured on a 100-point scale and represent the weighted average of several yes/no questions as well as other questions scored on a 9-point scale.

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