Interoperability

by Brian Murphy | March 16, 2020

Take a Break From Worrying About COVID-19. We Have New Rules!

New rules from CMS and ONC hold few surprises for devotees of the regulatory process – a niche crowd, admittedly. Both agencies thoroughly communicated and responded to the industry at every step. What’s more, the functional aspects in these requirements are already being done — somewhere in the U.S. healthcare system.

by Hannah Ehnle | March 13, 2020

Webinar — What to Expect in Health IT in 2020

Even with HIMSS'20 canceled, the Chilmark team still wants to share our insights and guidance on the health IT market! In this webinar, each analyst presents an overview of the market trends they are following and what they are most excited about when looking ahead. They also discuss some preliminary

by Chilmark Team | February 13, 2020

Chilmark’s Recommended HIMSS’20 Sessions

Once again, the Chilmark team is headed to Orlando for another HIMSS Global Conference and Exhibition. While many focus on the excitement in the exhibit hall and evening networking events, there is also a wealth of wisdom shared in educational sessions throughout the convention center all week.  Here are our

by John Moore | February 05, 2020

Epic Wrong Turn

Or Interop, Privacy and Advancing Care The annual ONC meeting last week brought together stakeholders to discuss policy for health IT and most importantly, interoperability. With new interoperability rules expected in the coming weeks, this was a particularly important meeting with no less than HHS Sec. Azar giving a keynote.

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 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 Chilmark Team | October 11, 2019

Cerner: Executing on Neal’s Vision

By John Moore, Alex Lennox-Miller & Paul Nardone. Cerner wants to be the partner of choice for those seeking a broader presence in healthcare. This was the message, reiterated many times over during Cerner’s user conference (CHC’19) this week. Coupled with this is the desire to be the open platform for
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