Analytics

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 Hannah Ehnle |

Webinar — 2019 Healthcare Payer Analytics Market Trends

In this webinar, Chilmark's Research Director and lead report author Brian Murphy presented key findings from our report, 2019 Healthcare Payer Analytics Market Trends Report. Brian discussed the impact of value-based reimbursement on analytics strategies among payers (including any organization that pay for healthcare, not just health plans), the state

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 Brian Murphy | November 18, 2019

Claims Analytics Will Soon Not Be Enough for Effective Performance Improvement Programs

The organizations responsible for paying for healthcare – health insurance carriers, health plans, employers, and governmental organizations – rely on analytics and reporting software to improve performance, better understand the needs of their members, and build effective clinician networks. Recently, we issued our inaugural report: 2019 Payer Analytics Market Trends

by John Moore | November 11, 2019

Allscripts Stabilizes, but What’s Next?

In the weekly roll-out of yet another healthcare IT conference, I recently attended the Allscripts Customer Experience (ACE) conference in Dallas TX. This is a far smaller, more intimate affair than that of either Epic or Cerner, with roughly 500 customers in attendance representing Allscripts' acute care base (Sunrise and

by John Moore | October 30, 2019

HLTH: An Alternate Reality

Six thousand movers and shakers in healthcare came together in Las Vegas for HLTH, a conference in its second year that has obviously attracted quite a following. The best characterization of this event is a mini JP Morgan (the uber-large annual event held in January) devoted exclusively to digital health.

by Alex Lennox-Miller | October 24, 2019

Connected Health Conference 2019: Design Focus Matters for Products and Conferences

This past week, Paul Nardone and I attended the HIMSS Connected Health Conference. At the end of the week, we were largely wondering, who was this conference for? Was it targeting providers and healthcare systems looking for solutions? Vendors and start-ups looking to enter the market or grow their business?

by Jody Ranck | October 03, 2019

Causality and Transparency: Next Steps in Deep Learning in Healthcare

As the hype cycle for AI continues it is going to be increasingly important for users to ask more questions about the limitations of these systems as well as ask what types of problems will machine learning models such as Deep Learning be best suited. The market is filled with
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