As our customers continue to experience success using QIE to achieve their interoperability goals, the market continues to pay attention. For the third year in a row, Qvera has been recognized by Black Book Research for highest client satisfaction as a #1 ranked vendor in Interoperability & Information Exchange.
Qvera was also recognized this year as the most disruptive interoperability company, and the 5th most disruptive company overall in Black Book’s Top 50 most disruptive healthcare IT companies report.
Take Physicians Compass for example. As an organization who does quality reporting to CMS, they collect data from numerous organizations in a variety of data formats. Normalize and aggregating all of this data in order to produce the required reports can be a difficult process.
“As a qualified data registry we needed to be flexible enough to be able to receive data files from our customers in many different formats.” Says Christopher Kleine, Chief Administrative Officer at Physician Compass. “We found managing that process to be very difficult until we started using QIE. Now it’s so much faster and easier with significantly less burden on the customer. Choosing QIE should be a no-brainer for anyone wanting to save time and money.”
It’s stories and feedback like this that keep us motivated and confident that we are fulfilling our primary mission as a company; to make you, the customer, the hero of your organization and to drive down the cost of healthcare interoperability.