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PatientKeeper Awards

ONC 2016 Top 20 Hospital Application Vendors

ONC data finds PatientKeeper is among the top 20 hospital application vendors in 2016


Boston Globe 2015 Top Places to Work

The Boston Globe named PatientKeeper one of the top places to work in Massachusetts in its 2015 survey


Black Book Rankings 2014 - #1 in Charge Capture

Black Book Rankings rated PatientKeeper Charge Capture #1 in its 2014 survey


KLAS 2013 "Category Leader" - Clinical Portals/Aggregation

KLAS ranked PatientKeeper Physician Portal the category leader in 2013 

Modern Healthcare Most Important Mobile Apps of 2013

Modern Healthcare magazine named PatientKeeper to its list of Most Important Mobile Medical Apps in 2013 


KLAS 2012 "Category Leader" - Clinical Portals/Aggregation

KLAS ranked PatientKeeper Physician Portal the category leader in 2012


Modern Healthcare Most Important Mobile Apps of 2012



Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2011 New England Award Winner

PatientKeeper CEO Paul Brient was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award winner in 2011 


Mobile Health Expo 2010 – “Best Innovation in Mobile Health Technology for Patient Safety” (PatientKeeper Mobile CPOE)

PatientKeeper Mobile CPOE was named the "Best Innovation in Mobile Health Technology for Patient Safety" at the Mobile Health Expo 2010


Health Management Technology – "Coolest Products of 2010" (PatientKeeper CPOE)

Health Management Technology magazine named PatientKeeper CPOE one of the "Coolest Products of 2010"


TEPR 2007 - Towards an Electronic Patient Record
First Place: Mobile Applications
 PatientKeeper was awarded first place in the "mobile applications" category by TEPR (Towards an Electronic Patient Record) 2007




MS HUG 2006 - Microsoft Healthcare User Group
Best in Class: Financial Applications



Customer Awards


Ashe Memorial Among 2012 Most Wired/Small & Rural Hospitals

Hospital and Health Networks

The road to meaningful use of health information technology is riddled with detours, potholes and yield signs. Yet the 2012 H&HN Most Wired Survey proves that hospitals with well-crafted and well-mapped plans can motor their way toward successful adoption. Ashe Memorial Hospital, in Jefferson, North Carolina -- a user of PatientKeeper CPOE and other PatientKeeper clinical applications -- is one of them.


Hospital and Health Networks Recognized Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, as a 2008 Innovator Award Finalist

Hospital and Health Networks

When Mercy Medical Center decided to require e-signing and computerized documentation, the hospital discovered its physicians were unhappy with the current health information system. The hospital implemented a single sign-on physician portal with the assistance of a dedicated physician advisory group. The portal is Web- and mobile-device-accessible, interfaces with existing systems and is used by nearby competitive hospitals. Electronic signatures for transcriptions and orders have achieved full adoption since the portal’s inception.


Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Wins Top Information Technology Honor

CIO Magazine

The Virginia Commonwealth University Health System has been recognized as a CIO 100 honoree by CIO magazine for using information technology to create business value.

CIO magazine named the VCU Health System a 2008 honoree for its deployment of the PatientKeeper Physician Information System, which integrates data from multiple health care information systems across the medical center into a single unified view that allows physicians to automate their day and improve patient care.