PHM

by Jennifer Rogers | March 02, 2017

Vendors Enabling the ACO: New Class of Vendors Matures

Successfully enabling an Accountable Care Organization is extremely challenging: There isn’t one standard ACO model; there isn’t one single ACO national policy; there isn’t one specific map to follow to build an ACO nor measure its success. There are few if any

by John Moore | December 28, 2016

Looking to 2017: Our Baker’s Dozen Forecast

2016 is heading for the doors, 2017 readily awaits. But what will this New Year bring? One thing for sure, a new president and administration that appears intent on rewriting the rules, be they foreign policy, environmental or healthcare. But in the grand scheme of things in healthcare IT (HIT),

by Jennifer Rogers | December 19, 2016

RCM Meets PHM

It won't happen in 2017 or 2018, but the argument can be made that PHM will likely include some form of benefit/coverage counseling in the mid-term future. PHM is still too immature as a market solution strategy, still being understood by HCOs, launched, refined, and further refined. After HCOs become

by Matt Guldin | June 09, 2016

Where’s the Money! EHR Market Goes Soft, PHM Yet to Fill Gap

The federal largesse of the HITECH Act is basically over. At ONC’s annual meeting last week, they trumpeted the latest adoption figures, which basically point to a saturated acute care market. The ambulatory market while less penetrated, has not shown significant signs of robust growth in the past year as

by John Moore | June 06, 2016

5 Key Learnings from PHM Webinar

Last week, I had the privilege to moderate a webinar that took a close look at enabling a population health management (PHM) strategy. Advocate Health Care, based in Chicago, gave an excellent overview of what they have done to enable a PHM strategy across their network covering nearly one million

by Matt Guldin | May 09, 2016

Rise of the Conveners

No this isn’t a post about the latest Michael Bay sequel in the Transformers’ movie franchise. Instead, I wanted to focus on the acquisition last month of Curaspan, a leading vendor in discharge planning, by naviHealth. This is the second health IT acquisition by naviHealth in the last several months

by John Moore | April 06, 2016

Kill the Patient Portal

I'll probably catch a lot of heat for this post, but this has to be said. It is time to accept that the patient portal, as currently architected, is a complete dead-end. Our national efforts to promote patient portals through meaningful use requirements has created a cluster f*ck of countless

by Brian Murphy | February 03, 2016

The State of Clinical Analytics in 2016: New Market Trends Report Available

We are very pleased to announce the latest addition to our Market Trends Report series: 2016 Clinical Analytics for Population Health is now available for purchase. This report is the result of months of exhaustive evaluations of current technologies and interviews with vendors and HCOs to discuss product road maps and
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