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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

by Hannah Ehnle | December 07, 2018

Webinar – Telehealth 2018: Healthcare Beyond the Exam Room

In this webinar, Chilmark President John Moore presents key findings from our report, Telehealth 2018: Vendor Assessment and Market Impact. Afterward, he discusses broader telehealth opportunities and challenges with special guests Ann Mond Johnson (CEO of the American Telemedicine Association) and Dr. Brian Zack (Medical Director of Telehealth Services at University

by Chilmark Team | November 29, 2018

Revisiting Our 2018 Predictions

As is our custom here, we like to look back on our predictions for the closing year and see just how well we did. Some years we do amazingly well, others we over-reach and miss on quite a few. For 2018, we got seven of our 13 predictions spot-on, two

by Chilmark Team | November 13, 2018

How will Proposed Changes to CMS Telehealth Reimbursement Affect Adoption?

Key Takeaways CMS-proposed rule changes extend Medicare Advantage and Part D plan coverage for telehealth services starting in 2020 Proposal includes enhancements to the Star Ratings methodology, which include updating the cut-point determination methodology as well as adjustments for Star Ratings in times of uncertainty, such as hurricanes. Under the

by Brian Eastwood | October 23, 2018

Digital Therapeutics Show Promise to Support Mental Health

Chilmark Advisory Service: Engagement Domain Summary Healthcare organizations (HCOs) struggle to provide effective mental health services to patients who need them. Four potential solutions – clinically validated apps, employer programs, patient control of health data, and clinical decision support – could address the problem but are not without their own

by Chilmark Team | October 19, 2018

How Healthcare Leaders Adapt to the Evolving Front Door to Care

by Brian Eastwood and Paul Nardone When today’s healthcare consumers have questions about their health, they are no longer limited to phone calls to the doctor’s office or visits to the emergency room. Technology has enabled and supported the creation of numerous new “front doors to care” – including but

by Brian Eastwood | October 08, 2018

Telehealth’s Ongoing Efforts to Support Care Beyond the Hospital

Key takeaways: Providers are adopting telehealth only when it directly contributes to revenue with a proven business case. This will not change for two or three more years. Vendors are positioning telehealth as a complement to care, not a direct competitor to care, to address increasing competition for low-acuity care.

by John Moore | September 10, 2018

Epic Looks to the Cosmos

At Epic’s recent UGM conference in Verona, WI, CEO Judy Faulkner painted a very big vision of the future – “One Virtual System Worldwide." She was speaking to the Epic faithful on where Epic and its customers would travel next, a place in the cosmos leading to dramatic breakthroughs in clinical
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