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CareTech Solutions Named 2009 'Best in KLAS' for Extensive Information Technology Outsourcing for the Second Consecutive Year
Date:12/17/2009

TROY, Mich., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- CareTech Solutions (www.CareTech.com), an information technology (IT) and web products and services provider for hospitals and health systems, was named Best in KLAS, Extensive IT Outsourcing segment, in the 2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services report. The report ranks the performance of vendors in key market segments including EMRs, cardiology systems, IT outsourcing and many others.

CareTech's overall performance score was 90.3 on a 100-point scale and the company scored 100% in the business indicator category of "would you buy again."

"For more than a decade, the Best in KLAS awards have recognized healthcare technology companies that set the standard for delivering the best experience to providers," said KLAS President Adam Gale. "The Best in KLAS distinction honors more than just a good product or service. It represents a commitment to meeting customer expectations in every phase of the buying process - from the sales presentation to implementation to ongoing service and support."

KLAS ranks products and services based on the evaluations collected from healthcare providers using the systems and services. In the Extensive IT Outsourcing segment of the 2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards report, several professional service firms that provide services to hospitals that outsource a majority or all of the IT department for operation, application, and/or strategic support were evaluated on performance, business indicators, and client commentary.

"To be able to hit these performance levels again in a year where there's more technology being used at hospitals reflects the commitment of the Car
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