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by Brian Murphy | August 14, 2017

Beyond Reporting: Analytics Moving to Point of Care

The 2017 Healthcare Analytics Market Trends Report is now available. Building on the 2014 and 2016 editions of this report, Chilmark returned to the market this year to assess critical changes in vendor solutions to see how well they map to provider needs. This report reveals that analytics vendor solutions

by John Moore lll | February 07, 2017

Reducing the Risk of Risk-Based Arrangements: Vendors Enabling the ACO

Join us on February 14th at 1pm ET for our next free webinar when Jennifer Rogers will share highlights from her upcoming report, "Reducing the Risk of Risk-Based Arrangements: Vendors Enabling the ACO." We’ll cover: Viability, trending, and projections for the ACO model Look at needs of new ACOs Look at vendors

by Brian Eastwood | January 30, 2017

Patient Experience and Satisfaction Aren’t the Same as Engagement

Healthcare’s inexorable march toward value-based care has brought with it a focus on what’s best for the patient. Instead of routinely pushing people from one billable appointment to another, providers of all types are, to varying degrees, beginning to understand that more care doesn’t necessarily equal better care. This shift

by Jennifer Rogers | January 26, 2017

Playing the Field

We don’t mean social dating, so don’t get too excited. We are referring to field care management, those Population Health Management (PHM) services delivered by care managers face-to-face in person with consumers. Is this the most effective use of limited healthcare resources? You say, yes; a number of studies demonstrate

by Brian Murphy | January 12, 2017

Open APIs: The Promise and Hope from Outside the HIT Bubble

APIs (application programming interfaces) are a hot topic in healthcare these days. In the parlance of the moment – interest inside the health IT (HIT) bubble is strong. During the past few months, I stepped outside this bubble and talked to key stakeholders to learn more about their expectations for

by Brian Eastwood | January 04, 2017

Navigating Open Enrollment – Or, Why Informed Choices in Healthcare Are Nearly Impossible

Like many Americans, I have been covered by employer-sponsored health plans for the entirety of my professional career. As such, the open enrollment period that has garnered so many headlines over the last few years has conversely been of little concern to me. That changed this fall when, for a

by John Moore | December 28, 2016

Looking to 2017: Our Baker’s Dozen Forecast

2016 is heading for the doors, 2017 readily awaits. But what will this New Year bring? One thing for sure, a new president and administration that appears intent on rewriting the rules, be they foreign policy, environmental or healthcare. But in the grand scheme of things in healthcare IT (HIT),

by Jennifer Rogers | December 19, 2016

RCM Meets PHM

It won't happen in 2017 or 2018, but the argument can be made that PHM will likely include some form of benefit/coverage counseling in the mid-term future. PHM is still too immature as a market solution strategy, still being understood by HCOs, launched, refined, and further refined. After HCOs become
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