Founder and Managing Partner
After nearly 15 years in the manufacturing sector advising some of the largest global manufacturing companies on IT adoption and deployment strategies, John Moore felt that the most vexing issues in this sector had been largely addressed. He became restless and sought new opportunities with new challenges. After nearly a year of research, he chose healthcare as his next target and launched Chilmark Research in 2007.
From those humble beginnings, John has built Chilmark Research into a respected analyst firm that provides market-leading coverage of the most transformative sectors of healthcare IT, including health information exchanges, patient-provider engagement strategies, healthcare analytics, and remote monitoring. Of great personal interest to John is the role that the consumer will ultimately play in the rapidly evolving healthcare market.An accomplished speaker, John has made numerous presentations on current and future IT trends and their impact to markets. He has been widely quoted in numerous publications, including AMA News, Baseline, CIO, ComputerWorld, eWeek, Forbes, Health Data Management, InformationWeek, Investors Business Daily, US News & World Report, Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal.
Payer-Provider Partnerships, Data Sharing
Janice Young joined Chilmark Research in April 2016. Her research focuses on value based and accountable care models and payer/provider alignment in the emerging delegated risk markets.
Prior to joining Chilmark, Janice spent 16 years as healthcare industry analyst at Gartner and IDC. Prior experience also includes a Principal with PegaSystems, Mercer Management consulting and Director of Operations, BCBS Massachusetts. She has covered topics such as health plan and provider business and technology strategies, at risk models and technologies, operational, care management, analytics and consumer engagement.
Janice holds a BS from Johns Hopkins and and MS Health Sciences from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Jody Ranck, DrPH
Analytics and mHealth
Jody Ranck has over 25 years of global experience in healthcare and is the author of a recent book, “Connected Health: How Mobiles, Cloud and Big Data will Reinvent Healthcare” and his second book will be on “Disruptive Cooperation in Digital Health.” He has consulted widely across the insurance industry, startups, management consulting, think tanks, design firms and the telecommunications industry on strategy, innovation and partnerships. His Digital Health consulting practice has worked with PwC, Humana, TM Forum, the French Tech Hub, and the Data Guild. In the past he has held executive roles with the mHealth Alliance, Institute for the Future, InSTEDD and worked at the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh. He holds a doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley in Health Policy and Administration, an MA in International Relations and Economics from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies as well as a BA in Biology (Molecular Biology) from Ithaca College.
HIE Strategies and Technologies
Brian Murphy joined Chilmark Research as an industry analyst in August 2012 and brings a wealth of experience to the table. In addition to being a strong advocate for the critical role that HIT can play in improving the quality of care, Brian has had direct experience as both an analyst at Yankee Group and more recently with the EHR company, Eclipsys, which was acquired by Allscripts.
Brian has worked in the IT business for over 25 years, beginning his career in the field-sales organization of IBM. As a systems engineer, Brian worked with customers across multiple industries, including several hospitals in the metro-Boston area. Brian then joined Yankee Group as an analyst, where he managed an enterprise software service and led research on the dynamics of the database market. Leaving Yankee, Brian joined Eclipsys in corporate marketing prior to its acquisition by Allscripts in 2010. While at Eclipsys, Brian worked with product managers to refine and harmonize their value propositions in light of Eclipsys’ broader goals. When not thinking about healthcare IT, Brian is a runner and armchair Boston historian.
Brian is a graduate of both Harvard College and Suffolk Law School.
Analytics and Care Management
As the only person in his family not in medical practice or pursuing an MD, in 2009 Rob’s focus shifted to the healthcare IT sector. His current research is concentrated on how providers can use technology and best practices to reduce their cost of providing care.
Rob has broad and deep experience in all aspects of information technology and business strategy and operations. He has consulted on application design, systems architecture, and data management software for companies as diverse as Sun Micro, Duke Power, US Airlines, Wells Fargo Bank, MaxMara, and the Department of Justice State of California. He continues to study all manner of process improvement strategies, activity based costing theory and technology, etc.
Rob was an industry research analyst with the META Group focusing on database systems and data interoperability. Rob spent a dozen years on Wall Street as research analyst and was involved in over two dozen public company transactions, primarily in the business intelligence, database, and data integration software sectors. Rob holds an MBA from the University of San Francisco.
Clinical Analytics and Care Coordination
Mr. Guldin brings with him a diverse array of knowledge and experience about the healthcare industry having worked in a variety capacities including pharmaceutical consulting, medical education, and academic research. Prior to working with Chilmark Research in his current role, Matt worked as an IT analyst monitoring and analyzing emerging trends, technologies, and market behavior in the Healthcare IT industry (HIT) in North America. He worked with such major industry brands as Lumeris, Thomson Reuters and Siemens. It was with the recent Cerner acquisition of Siemens that brought Matt back to the Chilmark family.
Matt is interested in how the HIT industry is gradually evolving from one that accomplished basic administrative and clinical functions to one that begins to enable more dramatic transformational change across the healthcare industry. Mr. Guldin has also held positions at the Managed Health Network (Health Net), Tufts Health Care Institute, the Boston University School of Public Health, and Metaworks, Inc. He holds a Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in Health Services from the Boston University School of Public Health and a B.A. in Biology from Boston University.
Consumer Engagement and Consumer Directed Healthcare
Brian Eastwood joined Chilmark Research in June 2015. His research focuses on the role that provider, payer and personal technology can play in advancing consumer-driven health and empowering consumers to make healthy decisions.
Prior to joining Chilmark after 12 years as a journalist, with more than five years of experience covering the healthcare industry at Fierce Markets, CIO.com and TechTarget. He has covered topics such as meaningful use, HIE, fitness tech, interoperability, analytics, innovation and the health insurance industry.
Brian holds a B.S. in Journalism from Emerson College and an M.A. in History from the University of Massachusetts Boston. Outside of work, Brian is a Boston sports fan, history buff and runner who has completed 12 marathons in all six New England states.
John Moore III
Director of Operations
CAS Client Management, Publication Schedule, and Marketing
Graduating from Vassar College in 2007, John quickly put his degree in neuroscience to work, joining the lab of Professor Rudolph Tanzi to conduct genetic research on Alzheimer’s disease at Massachusetts General Hospital. John’s next career move was to Novartis where he joined the oncology research group, identifying novel genetic targets for breast and ovarian cancer. After nearly three years of bench work, John made the switch to the business side of healthcare, working in the technology licensing office of Partners Healthcare as well as an intern for Mass Medical Angels.
This experience prompted John to found a mobile health startup, RxApps, focused on creating a longitudinal record of disease for patients living with mental illness. This team went through the Rock Health accelerator and joined the Startup Health program before putting the project on hiatus due to a number of factors (which he would be happy to discuss if you are interested).
John brings a unique background to the team, and has recently been promoted to the Director of Operations, where he oversees the publication calendar, team management and marketing efforts. He is also the primary liaison with all CAS clients, ensuring everyone gets the most from their subscriptions.
With a natural inquisitive nature combined with superb research and writing skills, John is a welcomed asset to Chilmark Research. And yes, he is the son of the founder.
Director, Business Development
Sean Campbell specializes in business development, messaging and leveraging the data in companies’ CRM systems through extensive proactive outbound work. He brings over 15 years of Inside and Field Sales Experience to the firm. Sean has been successful in building and managing inside sales and Business Development organizations at companies such as Cognos Corporation, Object Design and Dataware Technologies. He also has extensive field sales experience and has spent the last six years helping three different startup organizations establish market share and predicatable revenue streams. Sean received a BS degree in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley. He enjoys skiing with his two children and is an avid cyclist.