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by John Moore | February 02, 2012

Free February

Let you in on a little secret. February happens to be the month in which I was born. So to celebrate, I'm giving you dear readers a birthday gift. For the month of February you can get a free copy of the full report: iPHR Market Report Analysis & Trends. Be

by John Moore | September 30, 2011

Trickle Down Health or Health 2.0 Impressions

Another year, another Health 2.0 under the belt. This being the fourth time attending it is interesting to see how this event and its participants have evolved. Like many things in life, some things at Health 2.0 have changed, some have not, most for the better, but there remain some

by John Moore | August 25, 2011

Trends in Patient Engagement

As part of the process of setting our broader research agenda at Chilmark Research, we do a significant amount of secondary research combined with more limited, but highly focused primary research. We use this research to identify the "white spaces" where there appears to be a demand for some thoughtful,

by John Moore | July 27, 2011

Going to Market – Dossia’s Numero Uno Challenge

Since it's founding five years ago Dossia has been able to entice only four companies more to join. Dossia is not exactly setting the world on fire and reeling in the multitude of large, self-insured employers to its ranks, which is particularly disturbing in light of the fact that virtually

by John Moore | July 25, 2011

Dossia’s Rebuild – Is it Enough

Following closely on the ill-fated demise of Google Health, fellow Personal Health Platform (PHP) provider Dossia announced last week a major upgrade of their platform with the release of Dossia Health Manager. We received a deep product dive at the end of last week and spoke with Dossia's new CEO,

by John Moore | July 05, 2011

Stepping in Where Google Health Left Off

A little over a week ago Google stated that it was putting a stake through the heart of their personal health platform (PHP) Google Health. We at Chilmark had been expecting this for some time, it was just a manner of when it would become official. Thus, we were somewhat

by John Moore | May 16, 2011

Musings on PHRs & Consumer Engagement

The recent post on Google Health going into the deep freeze has solicited a number of emails, including some from the press. In one of those emails a reporter had spoken to several industry thought leaders to garner their opinions which follow: Consumers will not sign on to most Personal

by John Moore | November 04, 2010

What do WebMD’s Q3 Numbers Tell Us?

Yesterday, the big 800lb gorilla in the PHR market, WebMD announced 3rd quarter earnings that were quite mixed. While its public portal business continues to see strong growth in uniques (now over 83M visitors/month) and advertising revenues that grew 26%, its private portal business continues to produce lackluster results, with
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