Annual Predictions

by John Moore | December 22, 2022

Turning to Tarot for Our 2023 Predictions

Pick your medium: crystal ball, palm reading, pattern of coffee drips down the inside of an overturned cup — whatever you need for forecasting the future. Last year, it was the crystal ball that proved reasonably dependable. But here at Chilmark Research, not wanting to be static or get into

by John Moore | December 13, 2022

Drumroll, Please

2022 Wrapped Up Time for our annual review of the predictions we made for 2022. For the year, we had a hitting average about .750 — impressive, don’t you think? Well, from my chair, not so much; I found most of these predictions to not be all that risky or

by Chilmark Team | December 22, 2021

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What Predictions will Befall?

Here we go again; another year, another prediction post. The Chilmark team has reviewed countless other predictions for 2022 and found most quite lacking – usually just stating the obvious, e.g., “…cybersecurity will be critical in 2022.” And as I noted in our customary review of last year’s predictions, we

by John Moore | December 15, 2021

Looking Back: Reviewing Our 2021 Predictions

Conservative Predictions Result in More Hits than Misses By: John Moore & the Chilmark Research Team Looking back at our end-of-year predictions for 2021, I am not particularly enthused. Sure, we did a great job foretelling the future last December, with a batting average of ~ 0.620. But I have

by Chilmark Team | February 02, 2021

Top Health IT predictions for 2021

AI-generated transcript follows: John Moore III: [00:00:00] Hi again, welcome back to Chilmark Research. My name is John Moore and I'm a vice president here. This week we sat down with the team to hear a couple of their highlighted predictions for what they expect to be happening in 2021.

by Chilmark Team | December 19, 2019

Predictions: What’s in Store for 2020?

As we rapidly approach the end of the year it is time once again to look forward to a new year, a new decade. While we will not yet forecast out through the decade ahead (still pondering that), below is our collective look at the health IT market and what

by Chilmark Team | December 04, 2019

Our 2019 Predictions – A Bit off Target

We must have hit a batter’s slump in 2019. In past years, our predictions of what is to come have resulted in well over a .500 batting average. In 2019 we fell to a paltry .385, which is considered a great batting average in baseball, but not so great for

by Chilmark Team | December 10, 2018

2019 Predictions: M&A, Big Tech, and the Fate of ACOs

The Meaningful Use gravy train finally came to an end in 2018. As the strongest EHR vendors struggle to define new revenue streams, weaker ones faded from view through acquisitions or leveraged buy-out. Meanwhile, funding for 'digital health' start-ups continued to increase, though it likely hit the high water mark
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