EHR

by John Moore III | June 19, 2020

Views and Perspectives on COVID19 from EHR Leaders – Panel Discussion

Watch the recording new;ly available from the first of our COVID Lessons Learned webinar series. Enter your contact info below to begin watching and to receive the slides (check for an email from john3 [at] chilmarkresearch.com if you don't see anything within a few minutes). Panelists: Dr. Lu de Souza,

by John Moore III | June 11, 2020

Views & Perspectives on COVID19 from EHR Leaders

Making Care More Resilient: What have we Learned so Far? Part of our Lessons from the Pandemic Response series. Join us June 17th at 12pm ET / 9am PT to hear what senior executives at leading EHR vendors have learned from helping clients through the pandemic. EHR vendors have been

by John Moore | November 09, 2018

Convergence & Divergence Among the Big Three EHR Vendors

Chilmark Bight: Allscripts, Cerner, Epic Fall 2018 User Meetings This fall, the three largest EHR vendors by revenue, Allscripts, Cerner and Epic, held their user conferences. This research note provides an overview of each vendor’s strategic intent, areas of future focus and our assessment. Key Takeaways Across all vendors, EHR

by Jody Ranck | December 19, 2015

Bridging Genomics-Health IT Gap for Precision Medicine

The Reality of Precision Medicine Since the White House launched its Precision Medicine Initiative in January 2015 there has been a great deal of buzz about personalized or precision medicine and the future of healthcare. “Personalized medicine” is an older term and is gradually falling by the wayside as critics

by John Moore | October 01, 2015

Cerner’s HealtheIntent Gaining Significant Traction

Moving Forward Cerner’s annual user conference (CHC) last week gave us an opportunity to speak with Cerner executives and customers to gain insight on their current and future initiatives. Take-aways: > HealtheIntent is gaining momentum and displacing or overlaying competitors. > Strong pent-up demand for the HealtheIntent EDW. > Sales

by Brian Eastwood | August 27, 2015

Consumer-Driven Forces Disrupting Primary Care

Growth & Change The traditional model of consuming healthcare services is changing. Frustrated consumers – accustomed to the technological advances that have improved air travel, retail, and a host of other industries – increasingly eschew the doctor’s office for newer, more convenient care delivery models. They’re even willing to pay

by John Moore | April 01, 2015

The Future Evolution of the HIT Market

Looking Ahead The healthcare IT market is not much different than other software markets. It has its own particular nuances such as regulatory oversight and a recent, massive infusion of federal funds to drive adoption of EHRs. Beyond that, however, the basic mechanics of how this market will evolve in

by Brian Murphy | February 04, 2015

Platform-as-a-Service: Old Idea but New to Healthcare

Accelerate the Industry Forward Technology companies often open up their products to create an ecosystem for third party developers. This concept extends back to original desktop operating systems to Apple and its AppStore, Salesforce.com with its AppExchange, Google’s Gmail with its various extensions. Partners, ISVs, or customers who build enhancements
View More >>

Stay up to the minute.

[bestwebsoft_contact_form]