Blog Profile / Chilmark Research


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Filed Under:Medical / Healthcare IT
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Archived Since:April 6, 2010

Blog Post Archive

#WWBR Week of June 29, 2015

How to Take Charge of Your Medical Records (Note: this complements Naveen’s post earlier in the week on this subject) Melinda Beck in The Wall Street Journal “This piece, on the issues surrounding patient access to their own records, might … Read more ›

Free Data, Wishful Thinking

Is the #dataindependenceday and #freemydata movement in healthcare actually going to amount to anything? Read more ›

#WWBR Week of June 22nd, 2015

Innovation Starts with the Heart, Not the Head Gary Hamel for Harvard Business Review “A very thoughtful and moving piece about what innovation truly is and its potential impact on an organization. Spoiler Alert: author takes a somewhat contrarian view … Read more ›

Supreme Court Upholds ACA Subsidies; Can We Move On Now?

In a 6-3 ruling this morning, the Supreme Court affirmed the legality of Affordable Care Act’s subsidized health insurance plans sold on Healthcare.gov. The Court rejected the argument of the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell, who argued that the phrase … Read more ›

The Promise of Consumer-Driven Health

As John pointed out last week, I’m the newest member of Chilmark Research. I’ve joined the team to wrap my head around the role of the patient/consumer/citizen in the healthcare process. This role has changed dramatically since I started covering … Read more ›

HIPAA Must Die

Do we really need HIPAA and fifty different state versions of HIPAA to make patient data private and secure? And HIPAA has a lot of company. Each state also has different rules for telemedicine, for credentialing, for nurse staffing levels, for … Read more ›

Building the Team – Fulfilling the Mission

It’s been some eight years since I hung up the Chilmark Research shingle and started this business. I founded the company on a simple belief that still holds true today: Effective deployment and use of IT can demonstrably improve care delivery processes … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of June 1st, 2015

Breaking the Death Grip of Legacy Technologies Willy C. Shih for Harvard Business Review “Every industry sector must deal with legacy systems and healthcare is no different. Good article on why legacy systems and processes can seemingly have a death … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of May 25, 2015

The four global forces breaking all the trends Richard Dobbs, James Manyika, and Jonathan Woetzel for McKinsey “Good abstract from McKinsey on the four global disruptive macroeconomic forces that will impact pretty much everything we do in all corners of … Read more ›

Providers and Telehealth: Ready For One Another?

Telehealth has generated much excitement in the payer, employer, and even DTC segments. As telehealth vendors enter the provider market, several business, technology, and cultural dynamics loom large. Read more ›

Waltzing thru the Cafes of Vienna

Ten months, nearly to the day, since I landed in this city. Over that time, I’ve had the pleasure to partake in one of Vienna’s true cultural gems -no not the incredible music you find everywhere – but the Viennese … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of May 11th, 2015

Radical Approach To Huge Hospital Bills: Set Your Own Price Jay Hancock for Kaiser Health News “Providers are getting squeezed by Medicare, next they could get squeezed even further by small self-insured employers. The gig is up, hospitals will have … Read more ›

HIMSS ’15: Care Management & Care Coordination Recap

Having finally caught-up from my many conversations at HIMSS ’15, I wanted to provide a recap of some of the key issues raised in my watchlist blog post last month. Of course, a few other items came up that fall … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of May 4th, 2015

Our posts from earlier in the week: May 5 – John: IBM in Healthcare: Deja Vu or Something New? May 4 – Brian: HIMSS’15: NOT on FHIR   The Future Of Medicine — Where Investors Are Putting Their Money Nikhil … Read more ›

IBM in Healthcare: Deja Vu or Something New?

IBM has been making a lot of noise as of late. First, it made a series of announcements at the HIMSS confab about its intentions to go deep into the healthcare vertical. Then last week it announced a partnership with Apple … Read mo...

HIMSS’15: NOT on FHIR

HIMSS15 was supposed to be an opportunity for HIT vendors to really expand on interoperability with possibilities represented by FHIR and other newish standards. At least that’s what I thought. Interoperability is an overarching concern across HIT and many are expecting … Read more ›

WWBR Week of April 27, 2015

Admitted to Your Bedroom: Some Hospitals Try Treating Patients at Home Daniela J Lamas for The New York Times “Delivering acute care in a home setting is not all that new but it is still rare. This article talks about … Read more ›

HIMSS’15 Pilgrimage: Impressions and Takeaways

Another year, another HIMSS conference. While I often may gripe about this event; the seemingly endless parroting of buzzword(s) de jour, the countless press releases that really are much ado about nothing and highly questionable surveys and research results, that … Read more ›

Progress Amidst the Stumbles: Patient Engagement at #HIMSS15

A lot of small signs of progress in the patient engagement market were on display at #HIMSS15, despite a lack of bigger picture vision. Read more ›

HIMSS Will not Have Dragons or Acrobats This Year, Clinician Network Management Watchlist

  During the Middle Ages, London’s Bartholomew Fair grew from what we would call a trade show for cloth merchants into a full-blown annual exposition where merchants could conduct business in the presence of “sideshows, prize-fighters, musicians, wire-walkers, acrobats, puppets, … Read more ›

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