Blog Profile / Chilmark Research


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Archived Since:April 6, 2010

Blog Post Archive

The State of Clinical Analytics in 2016: New Market Trends Report Available

  We are very pleased to announce the latest addition to our Market Trends Report series: 2016 Clinical Analytics for Population Health is now available for purchase. This report is the result of months of exhaustive evaluations of current technologies and … Read more ›

Bringing Digital Health to Those Who Need It Most

Between my current life as an analyst and my former life as a journalist, I’ve sat in a lot of keynote addresses, conference sessions, and presentations touting the latest and greatest consumer healthcare products. No matter whether I’m impressed, puzzled, … Read more ›

3 Real-World Reasons the Scripps Study Failed

Results from the Scripps study failed to show an impact on remote monitoring inteventions. We think that this news speaks the broader failure of the health IT industry, researchers, and clinicians to design patient-centered models of care. The worst part is - that could be the easiest piece of the puzzle. Read more ›

#WWBR Week of January 11, 2016

3 Implications in Death of MU John Moore for Chilmark Research “We don’t typically share our own content, but ending MU was probably the biggest health IT related announcement this week, and if you haven’t yet seen our implications post, … Read more ›

3 Implications in Death of MU

I’m here at the big JP Morgan conference in San Francisco where CMS administrator, Andy Slavitt dropped the bomb that the Meaningful Use (MU) program will discontinue in 2016. John Lynn did a nice summary of what Slavitt actually said, or at … Read more ›

Without Communication, Coordinated Care Is Still Just Care

Back in October, I tore my left calf in the middle of a marathon. Like any crazy runner worth his weight in energy gel, I still finished the race, even if it meant limping around for the rest of the … Read more ›

782 ACOs in the US – So What?

Chilmark Research takes one step back from the excitement about ACO growth to review some of more nuanced HIT market opportunities being created by value-based care. Read more ›

A Healthcare Poem for the Holidays

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the system The hospitals’ wishes…too many to list ‘em. For transitioning to value-based care, means looking for things that aren’t really there: Care management workflows for clinical staff, Or more diagnoses to … Read more ›

Going Beyond the Obvious: 2016 Predictions for Healthcare IT

Never a dull moment in healthcare. 2015 saw plenty of changes and some inklings as to what may be in store for us in 2016. While there was plenty of noise around ICD-10, it was a non-event in 2015. Likewise, … Read more ›

Delivering on the Promise of Remote Patient Monitoring

Chilmark Research Announces its latest Insight Report - Connected Health: Opportunities and Challenges in Remote Patient Monitoring. Read more ›

Annual Review: 2015 Predictions

What good are predictions and the prognosticators who make them if they never go back and assess those predictions later? A big fat goose egg, or worse, if you set some aspects of your strategic plan in alignment with those … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of December 7, 2015

Attributes Common to Programs That Successfully Treat High-Need, High-Cost Individuals Gerard F. Anderson, et al. in AJMC “Interesting research meta-analysis on what is working to treat high-cost patients. Many of the findings are no-brainers, but some our eye openers, e.g., … Read more ›

Getting Closer to Virtual Care

Connected Health models have undoubtedly grown in popularity over the last year. New research examines some of the growing pains that HCOs, vendors, and other stakeholders are facing as this nascent market begins to mature. Read mor...

Current & Future Trends for the Digital Care Plan: New Report Hits the Streets

Proper care coordination depends on a longitudinal care plan that all members of a care team can view, contribute to, update, and distribute. Such a plan must also be patient-centric, holistic, interdisciplinary, and dynamic. Naturally, it will be digital and … Read more ›

Bending the Healthcare Cost Curve, One Consumer at a Time

‘Tis the season – for thinking about health insurance. Nov. 1 marked the beginning of open enrollment on the state and federal insurance exchanges; employers everywhere will soon kick off the enrollment process for employees and their dependents. Even if … Read more ›

WWBR Week of November 6, 2015

I thought people should shop more for health care. Then I actually tried it. Sarah Kliff in Vox “Shopping for elective procedures is a key tenet of value-based healthcare. Give consumers the ability to see what a service costs at … Read more ›

DaaS Coming to Healthcare

So here is a scary thought for all those who fear the move to cloud services due to cybersecurity and privacy breach concerns - Data as a Service (DaaS) is coming to your community, to your healthcare system soon. Heaven forbid … Read more ›

Data Governance: The Foundation of an Analytics Value Chain

With the coming release of our forthcoming Health Data Analytics Value Chain report, we wanted to start a discussion around one of the core elements of the value chain that we present: Data Governance. Data governance is the foundational piece … Read more ›

The Parallel Paths of Healthcare Innovation

How you define healthcare innovation depends on the setting. Sometimes it’s a handheld device that lets a physician examine your throat during a video visit, an online eye test, or a patient and caregiver engagement platform that looks a lot … Read more ›

Consumerizing Healthcare: Talk is Cheap, Work is Hard

Lots of talk these days about the consumerization of healthcare. But what happens when the rubber hits the road? Read more ›

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