April 2021 Recap

by | May 6, 2021

Top Chilmark content from April:

  1. Integration Infrastructure: Building 21st Century Healthcare IT Market Trends Report – Brian Murphy
  2. 2020 Healthcare IT: Not All Doom and Gloom – John Moore
  3. Down the Rabbit Hole of Health IT: Are we all just mad here? – John Moore III
  4. Amazon Makes their Move into Virtual Care – Alex Lennox-Miller
  5. Digital Twins 101 – Jody Ranck, DrPH
  6. The Continued Bipartisan Push for Transparency – Brian Murphy
  7. Recent CMS Changes and New Models of Care Delivery: Direct Contracting, Distributed Care and Virtual Care – Alex Lennox-Miller (video and transcript)
  8. The Promise of Clinical Data Sharing – John Moore
  9. Has Microsoft Learned from their Mistakes? [Advisory Service Monitor] – Alex Lennox-Miller

Top “Around the Web” content shared in April:

  1. 5 Winners and 3 Losers from President Biden’s First Congressional Address ( Vox )
  2. Healthcare’s Data Extortion Problem, and How to Prepare for Ransomware ( Health IT Security )
  3. Perceptions of Discrimination and Unfair Judgment While Seeking Health Care: Findings from September 2021 Coronavirus Tracking Survey ( RWJF )
  4. DOJ Taking a Closer Look at Optum-Change Deal Amid Antitrust Concerns ( Fierce Healthcare )
  5. Despite Covid, Many Wealthy Hospitals Had a Banner Year With Federal Bailout ( KHN )
  6. Pentagon insists vaccine rollout a success despite spotty data ( The Hill )
  7. The Data Challenges of SDOH, and How to Overcome Them ( Healthcare IT News)
  8. COVID-19 ratcheting up demand for virtual behavioral healthcare, Cigna finds ( Healthcare Finance )
  9. Public health, racial equity, climate action drive Biden’s budget requests for healthcare ( Med City News )
  10. A Complex of Complexes ( Akimbo Podcast with Seth Godin )


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