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by John Moore III | April 01, 2021

Down the Rabbit Hole of Health IT: Are we all just mad here?

Join us for a special dive down the rabbit hole of healthcare and health information technology. Chilmark's Vice President discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has delivered an amazing opportunity to drive significant improvements in the way both patients and healthcare organizations are able to access and utilize all the data

by Brian Murphy | March 23, 2021

Hot Take | Immunization Tracking: A Uniquely Pertinent Case for Interoperability

In this Hot Take, our Director of Research, Brian Murphy, digs into a timely example of one of the important ways healthcare interoperability is currently lacking: easily accessible immunization records. As the COVID vaccine rollout accelerates, the need to have vaccination status as a retrievable data point in patient health

by John Moore III | January 05, 2021

2020 In Review: Popular Content from the Past Year

Below you will find the reports, articles and webinars that fostered the greatest engagement from the community over the last twelve months, grouped by type of content. Did you have any particular highlights from the last year you'd like to share? Drop it (them?) in the comments! Top Chilmark Research

by John Moore | July 07, 2020

COVID-19: A Forcing Function for Value Based Care?

COVID-19 is alive and well in the U.S. In the last six days alone, COVID cases have increased by over 386,000. We never got over the first wave and here we go again with a dramatic rise in new cases in the majority of states across the country. COVID-19 continues

by Brian Eastwood | August 07, 2017

The Patient Data Access Debate Is About Culture, Not Technology

The fight about a patient’s ability to access his or her digital health data is often fought privately and individually, waged over the phone or at the counter of hospital’s records department. When it does become public, it’s often on a small scale – a social media conversation, one session

by Brian Eastwood | January 12, 2016

Without Communication, Coordinated Care Is Still Just Care

Back in October, I tore my left calf in the middle of a marathon. Like any crazy runner worth his weight in energy gel, I still finished the race, even if it meant limping around for the rest of the day and driving myself to urgent care when I woke

by Brian Eastwood | September 02, 2015

Bringing Enthusiasm to the Consumer Health Tech Revolution

You can’t travel too far on the Internet without tripping over an article, report, survey, or commentary lamenting the state of engagement in the healthcare industry. A lot of this talk focuses on the poor quality of technology that healthcare organizations (HCOs) use in their feeble efforts to engage with

by ndrao | July 02, 2015

Free Data, Wishful Thinking

This weekend, we will round the corner into America’s 239th birthday. Fresh off of two historic Supreme Court cases, many across the country are celebrating their newfound freedoms, from better access to healthcare (officially, this time...) to more equal treatment for our gay and lesbian citizens. Even as we celebrate these
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