Halo Health Named Top Performer in Clinical Collaboration in 2021 Best in KLAS Report

Distinction Marks the Second Consecutive Time KLAS has Recognized Halo Health as an Industry Leader 

Halo Health, a cloud-based, clinical collaboration platform for acute, ambulatory and post-acute care, announced it has once again been named a Top Performer for Clinical Collaboration Platforms in the 2021 “Best in KLAS” report.

This marks the second time the company has been ranked a top performer in clinical collaboration platforms by KLAS. Halo Health’s score of 90.5, nearly three points higher than the average KLAS clinical collaboration platform score, is based on customer interviews and ratings. Halo Health was previously named a top performer for supporting the greatest breadth of workflows in the “Clinical Communication Platforms 2020” report.

In addition to its overall score, the KLAS evaluation ratings are organized into customer experience pillars. Halo Health received an A rating Halo Health also received an A rating for the Loyalty and Value customer experience pillars.

“We’re glad to be recognized, once again, as a leader in clinical collaboration platforms,” said Jose Barreau, M.D., CEO at Halo Health. “And while we appreciate the significance of being named a Top Performer, we are most proud of the impact our platform has on clinicians, health systems, and the millions of lives they care for.”

In the last 12 months, Halo Health reported an 85% increase in information exchanged – records, messages, voice – and adoption of the Halo platform, in part due to rapid acceptance during COVID‑19. The AWS cloud-based, light footprint of the platform allows for easy scalability with minimal provisioning required by IT teams, a uniqueness which proved valuable in 2020 as medical systems had to do more with less.

Continued Barreau, “We continue to invest in our platform’s ability to enable efficient, individual, team and role-based collaboration solutions that are unique beyond any other in the category. We serve healthcare organizations nationwide in their aim to reduce clinician burnout, improve collaboration and save lives. It is the Halo Health team that makes this possible, and our 90.5 score and A ratings in the Culture, Value and Loyalty categories reflect that commitment and growth.”

The KLAS report is based on customer interviews representing thousands of platform users across hospitals and non-acute sites.

For more information about the value of the Halo Clinical Collaboration Platform

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