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VHA strikes KLAS deal

Posted 19 July 2017

The VHA has forged a deal with healthcare research insights company KLAS to be the VHA’s international research partner, it was announced today.

VHA Director of Development David Fien said the partnership with KLAS - which works with thousands of healthcare professionals and clinicians internationally - would potentially add significant value to members.

“We are very pleased to welcome KLAS, who bring to us the best of the world’s health research. The partnership will deliver valuable insights from the latest research, which will ultimately assist members to deliver quality care and the best patient outcomes.

“We believe the partnership will provide the VHA and its members with improvements in how it conducts and draws on research management,” Mr Fien said.

KLAS gathers data on software, services and medical equipment to deliver timely reports, trends and practical overviews. To learn more about KLAS and its reports click here.

If you’re interested in a partnership with the VHA contact Director of Development David Fien or on 03 9094 7777.

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