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by Chilmark Team | October 21, 2020

CHC20: Stepping Back, Stepping Forward

John Moore, Alex Lennox-Miller, Jody Ranck Virtual portal to the CHC event Last week, Cerner held part one of its two-part Cerner Health Conference (CHC). While we miss the opportunity to attend these meetings in person as it is far more insightful - thanks COVID – we did walk away

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 John Moore | August 11, 2020

Teladoc: The Virtual Care Platform the Market has been Waiting for

On August 5th, Teladoc (TDOC) announced that it would be acquiring fellow virtual care vendor Livongo (LVGO). And with that announcement the race to see who would become the virtual care platform vendor the market has been seeking may already be over. While some may balk at the premium paid

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 Alex Lennox-Miller | April 01, 2020

COVID-19: The Accelerant Telehealth Has Always Dreamed Of

The COVID-19 crisis is an acid test for the value of telehealth and remote medicine in patient-centered and community care. Our 2018 Telehealth report described the opportunities and regulatory environment telehealth contended in. Now, new exceptions and regulations by CMS, the Office for Civil Rights, and the FDA are easing

by Brian Eastwood | October 08, 2018

Telehealth’s Ongoing Efforts to Support Care Beyond the Hospital

Key takeaways: Providers are adopting telehealth only when it directly contributes to revenue with a proven business case. This will not change for two or three more years. Vendors are positioning telehealth as a complement to care, not a direct competitor to care, to address increasing competition for low-acuity care.

by Brian Eastwood | April 14, 2017

Telehealth’s Dilemma Is Healthcare’s Dilemma

The telehealth market in the United States finds itself at a crossroads. Direct-to-consumer (DTC) telehealth has matured to the point that on-demand services are (in very broad terms at least) available to most Americans, either via a smartphone app or a kiosk at a retail clinic or worksite. At the

by John Moore | November 14, 2016

Changing of the Guard: Implications to Health IT Market

After a brutal election cycle, we are now on the other-side. The Republicans have taken control of the Hill and the White House. The many healthcare programs rolled-out under the Obama administration will now be put under the microscope. While we try to stick to IT-related topics, in healthcare one
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