by Alex Lennox-Miller | April 12, 2019
This past week, clinicians, researchers, administrators, and entrepreneurs came together for the 2019 World Medical Innovation Forum in Boston hosted by Partners HealthCare Innovation. The focus was the present and future of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare.
by John Moore | April 08, 2019
On March 18th, Kaiser Health News (KHN) and Fortune published https://khn.org/news/death-by-a-thousand-clicks/, a deep expose into all that has gone wrong with the adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) across the physician landscape in the U.S. The article was well researched – it is a good piece of journalism. But are
by Brian Murphy | April 05, 2019
In this webinar, Chilmark's Research Director and lead report author Brian Murphy presented key findings from our latest report, 2019 Healthcare Provider Analytics Market Trends, outlined the potential impact of recent proposed rulemaking from ONC and CMS, and answered questions from the audience. Key topics addressed: Recent shifts in analytics
by Brian Murphy | March 05, 2019
We will release our newest report, 2019 Healthcare Provider Analytics Market Trends Report, in the next few days. This report reviews the current market for provider analytics and evaluates offerings from 23 different vendors. Key Takeaways Value-based care is the dominant business driver for adoption of analytics solutions by providers.
by John Moore | January 21, 2019
Once again, it is that time of the year for our annual pilgrimage to HIMSS. While many attendees focus on the sheer size of the exhibit hall or packing their schedule full of meetings, we wanted to highlight the other major part of the event: education sessions. Below are this
by Hannah Ehnle | January 14, 2019
Last month, Alex Lennox-Miller joined Chilmark Research as our newest analyst. He will lead our research on population health management, though he is already helping out in a few other domains as well. Before Chilmark, Alex worked as a Senior Business Analyst at Lahey Health System, a provider organization with
by Brian Edwards | January 03, 2019
Key Takeaways Fear of AI has given way to exuberant optimism/anticipation/impatience. Many vendors are trying to pivot their legacy products as next-generation AI platforms/marketplaces. Confidence in AI performance will only come with independent validation. Cloud has faded to the background. Not everything about AI is good news, adversarial attacks could
by Chilmark Team | December 10, 2018
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