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Are you excited about the changes currently taking place in the healthcare industry? Do you enjoy writing and staying up to date on the newest developments in the healthcare ecosystem? Does influencing market trends and technology adoption to improve care outcomes meet your definition of a civic duty?
The healthcare industry is in the midst of widespread transformation, with Chilmark Research at the forefront guiding organizations through this chaotic period. As an IT analyst firm focused solely on the healthcare sector, we identify what is, and – just as importantly – what is not working with regards to IT systems. With so many new technologies coming to market, it is our responsibility to highlight the good and the bad to help end-users make more strategically sound and effective decisions.
Since its founding in 2007, Chilmark Research has rapidly established itself as one of the leading analyst firms focused on the healthcare sector. Our Health Information Exchange (HIE) and Clinical Analytics Market Trends reports are two of the most well-regarded publications of their type, used extensively for strategic insights by upper management of health care organizations, investment houses, and technology vendors. Our growth and reputation requires us to seek individuals who can develop into top-notch analysts and help us achieve our long-term growth objectives. However, not just anyone can become a Chilmark analyst. We are looking for bright individuals who share our social mission and our passionate belief that health IT can contribute to improving the healthcare delivery process, and ultimately catalyze massive improvements in patient outcomes. It is this shared passion that guides us in delivering the best research in the business.
If you want to help move the needle in healthcare, and love to write, then please apply to learn more about our available positions.
Matt Guldin · 5 months ago
John Moore III · 3 months ago
John Moore · 8 months ago
Brian Eastwood · 12 months ago
“As biometric data becomes cheaper and easier to collect through smart sensors, devices, and mobile apps, expect to see more innovations in consumer health.”-Alicia Vergaras