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by John Moore | April 22, 2021

2020 Healthcare IT: Not All Doom and Gloom

Despite a chaotic 2020, notable success stories are emerging. Doom scrolling through the pandemic was easy to do, for doom was in abundance. Make no mistake, the pandemic wreaked havoc on society and American businesses of all sizes suffered. Healthcare is one sector that was particularly hard hit, as the

by Jody Ranck | April 12, 2021

Digital Twins 101

What they are, How they're used, and Challenges to be addressed Key Takeaways Digital twins provide more dynamic models than conventional simulations and will provide valuable tools for precision medicine. Conventional models and simulations provide a snapshot of a system rather than a real-time, dynamic model powered by sensor data

by Brian Murphy | March 23, 2021

Hot Take | Immunization Tracking: A Uniquely Pertinent Case for Interoperability

In this Hot Take, our Director of Research, Brian Murphy, digs into a timely example of one of the important ways healthcare interoperability is currently lacking: easily accessible immunization records. As the COVID vaccine rollout accelerates, the need to have vaccination status as a retrievable data point in patient health

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 | May 06, 2020

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

As sheltering in place wears on, I keep all in perspective knowing others have it far worse than I. Some have lost loved ones, others their jobs and others are still facing down the COVID-19 virus on a daily basis delivering care and comfort to those that have been infected.

by John Moore III | April 15, 2020

CAS Quarterly Update Webinar – Q1’20

During this webinar, Chilmark analysts will update you on the key trends and market events they were following over the last quarter and what they are looking forward to in the next few months. They also present early findings from ongoing research projects and implications for providers, payers, vendors, and

by Paul Nardone | April 07, 2020

Underserved Allies: Community Resources in the Fight Against COVID

Healthcare fights a two-front war against COVID-19, yet only one of the two fronts has been the beneficiary of widespread media attention. While healthcare workers (doctors, nurses, hospital staff, etc.) nobly work each day to treat patients and the media closely reports their struggles, healthcare’s community partners also scramble to

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
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