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

2014-15 CNM Market Trends Report Hits the Streets

Pushing the industry forward, today we release our newest report, 2014-15 Clinician Network Management Market Trends Report. The report picks up where are previous report on Clinician Network Management (CNM) left off, providing a framework for healthcare organizations to define their … Read more ›

2014 Year in Review: Consumer Engagement

2014 was a whirlwind of a year for consumer health technology. Here we visit some of the developments of the past 12 months, point out some of the trends that emerged, and highlight what we're expecting as we round the corner into 2015. Read more ›

#WWBR Week of December 1, 2014

Employee wellness programs, JASON strikes again, CMS's ACO move, and more in this week's #WWBR Read more ›

A Message of Thanks for 2014

Another year has blown by us and winter is knocking at our door as we (at least in the US) prepare to give Thanks. Now, before each of you embarks on the annual adventure to gastronomical gorging with family, friends, and … Read mor...

#WWBR Week of November 17, 2014

This week in #WWBR:.@Fitbit marketing, need for better mgmt in ONC, How to ACO,.@Samsung's ambitions, and more. Read more ›

Connected Health Moving From Hype to Reality

The promise of connected health was shared with us long ago, and has fallen short time and again for various reason - reimbursement, competing priorities, and so on. As 2014 comes to a close however the market is finally showing signs of adoption. Read more ›

#WWBR Week of November 10, 2014

This week: patient engagement, Partners faces resistance, handoffs getting structured, and more. Read more ›

Early Impressions of Europe

In late August, Vienna became my home for the upcoming year. From this base, in the heart of central Europe, I will immerse myself into the Euro-culture (and the amazing Kaffee Kulture of Vienna – I may never step into … Read more ›

Alere Unravels: What Went Wrong, What it Means

This week we published a new Domain Monitor digging into the recent Optum acquisition of Alere’s health management business, which mostly pertains to their remote monitoring devices and related technology services. This announcement follows a series of events at Alere … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of November 3, 2014

All the news from the week that we think is fit to print! Read more ›

JASON Task Force – Part Deux

In a post two weeks ago, we were critical of some aspects of the JASON Task Force’s (JTF) Final Report on healthcare interoperability. Two members of the JTF reached out to us in order to clarify the intent of the … Read more ›

Taking a Shot at my Health Plan

I got a flu shot yesterday. I was at a CVS, saw a sign, whipped out my insurance and credit cards, and got in line. Turns out that my insurer wasn’t reimbursing it – I rolled my eyes, paid the … Read more ›

How to Work with an Analyst Firm

An analyst firm’s purpose is, through its research, to provide guidance on technology adoption. Providing that guidance requires absolute integrity and objectivity, for without such, a firm quickly devolves into just being a shill for the vendor community. Having been in … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of October 20, 2014

Ebola in the United States: EHRs as a Public Health Tool at the Point of Care Ken Mandl for JAMA “Ken Mandl’s layout of EHR shortcomings is written with public health in mind – but just as readily applies to … Read more ›

WWBR Week of October 13, 2014

Reference Pricing: A Small Piece of the Health Care Price and Quality Puzzle Chapin White and Megan Eguchi for The National Institute for Healthcare Reform “Researchers who examined applying reference pricing to ~530k workers in 19 metropolitan markets in the … Read more ›

JASON Task Force Says Status Quo is Better than Supersession

The JASON Report created quite a fuss in the HIT marketplace as some screamed foul and others were encouraged that maybe, just maybe the JASON report may force movement to more open systems. To clear the air, the JASON Task Force (JTF) … Read more ›

WWBR Week of October 6, 2014

Dallas hospital blames ‘flaw’ in ‘workflow’ for release of Ebola patient as a more complete picture of his travels emerges Lindsey Bever for The Washington Post “The Ebola patient in the Dallas hospital seems to have been missed because workflow … Read more ›

WWBR Week of September 29, 2014

Doctors Find Barriers to Sharing Digital Medical Records Julie Creswell for The New York Times “A non-technical overview at the issue of Interoperability, with a focus on everyone’s favorite bad-guy vendor, Epic Systems. Nothing we don’t already know, but some … Read more ›

Branding, Cheerleading, and even some Progress

 “There’s no wrong way to spend your time at Health2.0.” – Health 2.0 Last week, hundreds gathered from around the world for the 8th annual Health 2.0 conference in Santa Clara, California. For better or for worse, the event continues … Read more ›

#WWBR Week of September 22, 2014

In this week’s WWBR, lots on pricing transparency and payment reform in the health system, and some new thoughts on whether all this excitement is really warranted. On a slightly different note, Brian shares a very important IOM article addressing … Read more ›

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