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by Brian Edwards | December 19, 2017

FDA Guidance on Clinical Decision Support: Peering Inside the Black Box of Algorithmic Intelligence

Key Takeaways: The FDA has released long-anticipated draft guidance on how they intend to regulate clinical decision support products. For applications with data originating from medical devices, the FDA will continue its oversight, AI or not (e.g., medical image processing). Medical applications that rely on "black box" algorithms unable to

by Chilmark Team | December 15, 2017

Back to the Crystal Ball: Our 2018 Healthcare IT Market Predictions

Our favorite post of the year is this one. As analysts, we come together with our propeller hats on to collectively look ahead at the key trends in the year to come in the healthcare sector. While there are any number of predictions one might make for this dynamic market,

by Chilmark Team | December 11, 2017

Keeping Score: Reviewing Our 2017 Predictions

In keeping with a Chilmark Research tradition, once again we step into our “way-back machine” to review our 2017 predictions for the healthcare sector - of course with a health IT flavor. Our score is far from perfect, but we did quite well with our 2017 predictions: 7 Hits, 2

by Chilmark Team | October 19, 2017

Convergence Analyst Recap: Exciting Progress, Still Plenty to Be Done

What a whirlwind it has been – three major conferences for Chilmark Research analysts in three consecutive weeks. Sure, the Epic UGM and Cerner CHC are industry leading events, but our own humble, inaugural event, Convergence, was influential in its own right. Attendees, speakers, and panelists from across the healthcare

by John Moore | September 29, 2017

Convergence in Healthcare: What is it? And Why Now?

Convergence is a thesis that posits the successful path to risk-adjusted care requires realignment in provider-payer relations – that neither provider nor payer will truly be successful without the core competencies of the other. Optimizing risk-adjusted care will require providers and payers to develop far deeper forms of collaboration to

by John Moore | September 15, 2017

Convergence and the Three Rules for Data Governance

Across the industry novel provider-payer collaborations have arisen – something we refer to as Convergence. The macro-factor driving this push to convergence is simple; the migration to newer value-based care (VBC) reimbursement models and the rise of consumerism in healthcare. Convergence comes in many forms ranging from Accountable Care Organizations

by John Moore | September 08, 2017

Risky Bet: Optum’s Acquisition of The Advisory Board

On Aug. 29th, Optum announced it will acquire The Advisory Board's (ABCO) healthcare business unit for about $1.3 billion. Rumors first began swirling about this acquisition in early July, though the Advisory Board had been "shopping" itself to the market since February. This is a significant play by the acquisitive

by John Moore III | August 29, 2017

2017 Healthcare Analytics Webinar is Ready to View

This webinar complements the release of our latest report, the 2017 Healthcare Analytics Market Trends Report. To learn more about the report or to purchase, please click here. If you'd like to download these slides, feel free to do so here. Enjoy! A key purpose of the analytics applications described in
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