Black Book Research compiled results from health care providers and payers surveyed on their experiences as clients interacting with Healthcare IT companies. The top 50 companies ranked highest in client experience were named “Most Disruptive” for their innovative approach to digital health transformation.
“Those that stand out do so because they offer some disruptive capability or opportunity and received top scores in the Black Book Indicators of positive client experiences. In the current environment of replacement mode, required regulatory change and reimbursement shifts, healthcare CIOs are at a disadvantage in trying to maintain the pace.”
– Black Book Press Release 10.3.2017
The results were broken down into categories. Qvera was ranked as the most disruptive interoperability company, and the 5th most disruptive company overall.
“Our singular focus has always been to provide the best interface engine on the market and help our customers be successful. To do this we took a different approach to interoperability with the Qvera Interface Engine, and our customers are letting the market know about their success through the independent Black Book polls” says Sam Shapiro, CEO of Qvera.
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