by John Moore lll | February 13, 2015

#WWBR Week of February 9, 2015

Coverage of our recently released Clinical Patient Engagement Report: Analyst: Widespread provider adoption of patient engagement tools still two years out via MobiHealthNews Healthcare Orgs. Still Doing Bare Minimum on Patient Engagement, Report Says via Healthcare Informatics Patient engagement 'taking a backseat' to other HIT priorities via FierceHealthIT Vendors lagging with

by Brian Murphy | February 04, 2015

ONC Catalyzing a National Interoperability Plan

ONC’s first draft of a nationwide interoperability roadmap is ambitiously vast in scope, but ultimately constrained by the past. Its purpose is to initiate a discussion within healthcare about the ways and means to achieve interoperability in 10 years notwithstanding that the discussion is already the obsession of many. It hopes

by John Moore lll | January 16, 2015

#WWBR Week of January 12, 2015

Trinity Health to expand risk-based care with Heritage Provider Network Bob Herman for Modern Healthcare "Intriguing partnership between two healthcare providers to provide bundled healthcare services to payers and employers. We will see far more partnerships such as this in 2015 than outright M&A activity in the provider market." -

by John Moore lll | December 05, 2014

#WWBR Week of December 1, 2014

What Caused the Collapse of the Nevada HIE? Gabriel Perna for Healthcare Informatics "This article overviews the reasons why Nevada’s state-designated entity shut down last January. This story has no car chases and the boy does not get the girl but it turns out that timing is everything. A ponderous

by Brian Murphy | October 20, 2014

JASON Task Force Says Status Quo is Better than Supersession

The JASON Report created quite a fuss in the HIT marketplace as some screamed foul and others were encouraged that maybe, just maybe the JASON report may force movement to more open systems. To clear the air, the JASON Task Force (JTF) was formed to solicit industry feedback for policy makers. The

by John Moore lll | October 03, 2014

#WWBR Week of September 29, 2014

Doctors Find Barriers to Sharing Digital Medical Records Julie Creswell for The New York Times "A non-technical overview at the issue of Interoperability, with a focus on everyone's favorite bad-guy vendor, Epic Systems. Nothing we don't already know, but some of the details - like Epic's recent hiring of a

by John Moore lll | September 26, 2014

#WWBR Week of September 22, 2014

In this week's WWBR, lots on pricing transparency and payment reform in the health system, and some new thoughts on whether all this excitement is really warranted. On a slightly different note, Brian shares a very important IOM article addressing one of those topics people rarely talk about - end of

by John Moore lll | August 29, 2014

What We’ve Been Reading – Week of August 25, 2014

If there was one thing on our minds this week, it was the launch of our most recent report, the 2014 Analytics for Population Health: Market Trends and Analysis. After months of research and writing, we are pleased to present our findings on a market still very much in early
View More >>

Stay up to the minute.