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by Janice Young | June 29, 2016

AHIP – The Usual Stories, Amidst Some Refreshing Perspectives

AHIP 2016 is Las Vegas included the usual standard AHIP story lines. Better industry collaboration requires better partnerships, the promise of consumer engagement, the importance of harnessing data to better inform decision making and outcomes. Telemedicine was touted as a life-saving technology to industry cost and access challenges. But, the

by John Moore | June 06, 2016

5 Key Learnings from PHM Webinar

Last week, I had the privilege to moderate a webinar that took a close look at enabling a population health management (PHM) strategy. Advocate Health Care, based in Chicago, gave an excellent overview of what they have done to enable a PHM strategy across their network covering nearly one million

by Brian Eastwood | February 26, 2016

Market Trends Report on Care Management Solutions Now Available

Chilmark Research launched the Care Coordination domain (now Care Management) in an effort to bring clarity to a diverse and emerging market that had yet to be subject to formal, in-depth analysis. Dozens of vendors from all over the health IT map – analytics, clinician network management (CNM), electronic health

by ndrao | January 06, 2016

782 ACOs in the US – So What?

Remember that old folk song? 99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer Take one down, pass it around, 98 bottles of beer on the wall. 98 bottles of beer on the wall, 98 bottles of beer... A silly counting game to pass the time. We passed some

by John Moore | December 15, 2015

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 predictions. The annual predictions that we and other industry followers

by jranck | November 02, 2015

Data Governance: The Foundation of an Analytics Value Chain

With the coming release of our pending 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 of the analytics value chain, establishing frameworks for managing data

by John Moore | September 15, 2015

Health Analytics Summit Full of Surprises

Last week, the analytics vendor, Health Catalyst (HC) invited me to the Health Analytics Summit (HAS), which to put it simply, was full of surprises and a few validations. With over 900 attendees, not counting Health Catalyst employees, this was a very active and engaging event. Among the Surprises: There was

by Brian Eastwood | August 04, 2015

Population Health Summit: Impressions and Key Takeaways

Healthcare is full of ideas that are easy to conceptualize but difficult to put into practice. Both clinician network management and patient engagement, for example, make perfect sense on paper but get very complicated, very quickly, when you move beyond the planning stages. Population health management is the granddaddy of
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