Black Book Market Research polled 3,190 professionals in 748 healthcare organizations in 2019 to develop its annual comprehensive industry report on the state of the adoption, implementation, and current utilization of analytical software and service programming.

We are proud to be recognized as one of the top-performing vendors, based on client experience and customer satisfaction indicators in strategic project planning for 2020.

See the full list: https://www.newswire.com/news/black-books-2020-top-rated-healthcare-analytics-solutions-vendors-and-21074115

 

 

Recent Posts

RLDatix Awarded Best in KLAS for Healthcare Safety, Risk and Compliance Management

CHICAGO, IL, February 2nd, 2021 – RLDatix, the leading provider of intelligent patient safety solutions, today announced it has been named Best in KLAS for Healthcare Safety, Risk and Compliance Management as part of the 2021 Best in KLAS: Software & Services Report. Each year, KLAS conducts research with health systems and payers to gather honest and

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Verge Health, Part of RLDatix, Named a Leading Provider of Credentialing Services in KLAS Credentialing Report

Chicago, IL, January 7th, 2021 – Verge Health, now part of RLDatix, has once again been rated a leading provider of Credentialing Services by KLAS Research in the 2020 KLAS Credentialing Report. The report titled “Who is Meeting Emergent Provider Needs During COVID-19,” focuses on how well solutions address the most prevalent and pressing challenges, including remote

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RLDatix Acquires Verge Health, Creating Largest Safety-Led Compliance and Credentialing Software Platform Specifically Designed for Healthcare

CHICAGO – October 21, 2020 – RLDatix, the leading global provider of intelligent patient safety solutions, announced today that it has acquired Verge Health, the recognized best-in-class credentialing software provider. This acquisition joins two leaders in the Governance, Risk, and Compliance (“GRC”) healthcare software market and will dramatically accelerate an essential shift from a reactive

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