Conference recap

by Chilmark Team | October 29, 2018

Cerner Health Conference 2018: Interest in PHM Solutions Remain ‘Healthe’

By Matt Guldin and John Moore Recently, we and 12,000+ others attended the Cerner Health Conference 2018, where the theme was “Smarter Care." Overall, the event focused on building on top of the EHR, while much of the floor space and conversations focused on population health and revenue cycle. Key

by Brian Murphy | October 23, 2018

MEDITECH Look Ahead: Building on Steady Progress

Key Takeaways from MEDITECH's Physician and CIO Forum 2018: MEDITECH is moving its customer base to Expanse, the latest iteration of their EHR Expanse has significant inducements for hospitals seeking to support value-based care and be more interoperable Last week, we had

by John Moore | October 16, 2018

Allscripts — Stabilize, then Proceed with Innovation

At the recent Allscripts Client Experience (ACE, #ACEHHS18) conference, the company gave us a day and a half deep dive into their current strategy and initiatives. As much as Allscripts positioned themselves as the innovative leader among the leading EHR vendors, the fundamental reality was far simpler. This is a

by John Moore | October 01, 2018

Health Catalyst: Good Vision but Short of Grand

Health Catalyst (HC) is arguably the strongest, best-of-breed vendor for clinical data analytics in the market today. And as a best-of-breed vendor, it has been able to stay one step ahead of its leading competitors, Epic and Cerner – though as former Intel CEO Andy Grove once pointed out, “only

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

by Brian Eastwood | August 07, 2018

By Opening a Front Door to Care, Telehealth Will Finally (Finally) Take Off

Anyone who has written about telehealth in the last decade has penned a January piece that begins, “This is the year telehealth technology finally takes off.” In keeping with the pattern, a second piece inevitably follows about 11 ½ months later, noting that telehealth didn’t quite take off as expected

by Brian Eastwood | July 05, 2018

Eight Lessons in Redesigning the Patient Experience

Conversations about how healthcare organizations (HCOs) can improve the patient experience tend to focus on one of three ideas: Offering amenities that remind patients of hotels and make them highly likely to leave a rave review. Boosting metrics in order to improve HCAHPS scores or Hospital Compare rankings. Providing healthcare

by Brian Eastwood | May 17, 2018

Opening New Front Doors to Care: Reflections From Bridge to Pop Health East

For all the promise of patient engagement technology such as chatbots, wearables, self-management apps, and passive sensors, engagement is still a high-touch process. But just because cutting-edge technology isn’t part of the everyday workflow doesn’t mean engagement hasn’t been moving forward. As our recent Population Health Management Market Trends Report
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