Connected Health

by Alex Lennox-Miller | June 16, 2021

$4B is a Lot for Cherry-Picking and Lemon-Dropping

Babylon Health Makes Public Market Debut Despite Key Unanswered Questions Yet another SPAC announcement brings us the long-anticipated public market emergence of Babylon Health. With the US market’s seemingly endless appetite for virtual healthcare products, Babylon is likely to make their investors a lot of money, at least at first;

by Alex Lennox-Miller | April 02, 2021

Amazon Makes Their Move into Virtual Care

Amazon has sent not just a signal flare but a full broadside warning into the virtual care industry, announcing that their internal pilot of Amazon Care will be neither internal nor a pilot for much longer. They’ll expand to their employees across the US, then start to offer a proven

by John Moore | September 02, 2020

Epic UGM 2020: COVID Leads Development

On August 25th, as I was undergoing a procedure at a local hospital, I tuned in to Epic’s virtual UGM keynote session to hear the latest and greatest from one of the leading health IT vendors in the market. While very informative, the event was stale. With plenty of time

by Brian Eastwood | September 20, 2017

Interest in Condition Management Is Rising – But Not For Everyone Yet

Latest Chilmark Market Scan Report looks at the continued growth – and continues HCO reticence – of the condition management space. Chilmark Research’s latest report, Assessing the Market for Condition Management Solutions, identifies many reasons that key healthcare stakeholders are beginning to invest in solutions that help people manage their

by Brian Eastwood | May 11, 2017

Practical Steps for Turning Big Health Innovation Ideas Into Reality

Every year, the health IT industry follows a pattern. HIMSS inspires us, our heads and notebooks filled with visions of The Next Big Thing that will change healthcare delivery. But shortly after arriving home, catching up on sleep, and reintroducing vegetables to our diet, we return to the stark reality

by Brian Eastwood | March 20, 2017

Driving Policy Without Healthcare Organizations: A Fool’s Errand

Healthcare in the United States faces many problems, but one of the bigger ones is bringing the right stakeholders to the table when it’s time to try to solve a problem. Often, the empty chair should be occupied by an individual – the overwhelmed patient, the uncompensated caregiver, the burned-out

by John Moore | February 15, 2017

Top 7 Things to Look for at HIMSS17

The final countdown has begun. In a few short days I and the rest of the Chilmark Research team will make our annual pilgrimage to the big health IT confab, HIMSS17, to rub shoulders with some 45,000 of our closest friends. I have a love-hate relationship with this event. I

by Brian Murphy | January 12, 2017

Open APIs: The Promise and Hope from Outside the HIT Bubble

APIs (application programming interfaces) are a hot topic in healthcare these days. In the parlance of the moment – interest inside the health IT (HIT) bubble is strong. During the past few months, I stepped outside this bubble and talked to key stakeholders to learn more about their expectations for
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