CenTrak—a provider of locating and sensing services for the healthcare industry—was honored for its efforts in helping healthcare professionals improve patient care.

CenTrak was named 2022 Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) Best in KLAS for the fourth time by KLAS Research, a healthcare IT data and insights company. All rankings for the Best in KLAS report are a direct result of feedback from thousands of providers over the last year. CenTrak received the highest performance score of all ranked RTLS vendors in this report.

“Once again, we are pleased to be atop the RTLS Best in KLAS rankings. Our team seeks to provide the critical solutions needed most by healthcare facilities and senior living communities, especially during these challenging times,” says David Minning, president and CEO, CenTrak. “By listening to the industry and our customers and partners, we’ve been able to further develop our technology to enable resource-constrained teams to be more efficient and focused on what matters most – patient care and a safe environment.”

CenTrak’s enterprise platform enables a variety of healthcare and senior living solutions including infection control applications such as automated temperature monitoring of treatments and vaccines, differential air pressure monitoring in isolation rooms, hand-hygiene compliance for staff, and contact tracing among patients, visitors, staff, and equipment. The locating and sensing company also offers asset monitoring and management for medical equipment, and workflow and safety solutions for staff and patients via IoT-enabled badges and sensors..

“Each year, thousands of healthcare professionals across the globe take the time to share their voice with KLAS. They know that sharing their perspective helps vendors to improve and helps their peers make better decisions,” says Adam Gale, KLAS Research, CEO. “These conversations are a constant reminder to me of how necessary accurate, honest, and impartial reporting is in the healthcare industry. The Best in KLAS award serves as a signal to provider and payer organizations that they should expect excellence from the winning vendors.”

KLAS researchers collect feedback from more than 30,000 health systems and payers from the U.S. and other countries to generate honest and impartial assessments on the performance of software, service and medical equipment vendors in the industry.