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by John Moore III | September 18, 2020

Health Catalyst’s HAS Goes Virtual

Authors: John Moore, Brian Murphy, Alex Lennox-Miller Health Catalyst User Group and HAS2020 Health Catalyst normally conducts two sizable live events at this time of year: Health Catalyst User Group for its customers, followed by the Health Analytics Summit (HAS), an industry event for anyone interested in analytics. This year’s ...

by Brian Murphy | September 05, 2020

Webinar – APIs for Data Liquidity in Pandemic Times

How are APIs being leveraged to enable a response to the pandemic? Hear from executives at Change Healthcare, Lyniate, and Datica about their work deploying APIs that are enabling new functionality to address COVID-19. Unlocking value from the data scattered across healthcare communities was once a tantalizing opportunity. After COVID-19, ...

by John Moore III | September 03, 2020

Webinar – Revenue Integrity in Healthcare: Solutions Driving Payment Performance

How are payment solutions evolving with a changing healthcare economy? In this webinar you'll learn: Key differences and intersections between Revenue Cycle and Revenue Integrity.The most important solution functions for improving clean claims rate and addressing denials.The most notable effects of COVID-19 on Revenue Integrity.How revenue integrity needs change based ...

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 Murphy | August 20, 2020

Open APIs in Healthcare: The Future of Data Integration Webinar

Join Brian Murphy for a new webinar sharing highlights from our recent report on Open APIs in Healthcare. Enter your email address to view the video and the slides will be sent to your inbox automatically. You can also access the slides directly by following this link. In this webinar, ...

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 Jody Ranck | August 05, 2020

Reducing Racial Bias in Analytics and AI in the Wake of Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter

Critical Thinking Still a Key Element Missing from Algorithmic Intelligence Key Takeaways Clinical algorithms and risk management algorithms have been found to have substantial biases that directly impact access to care for minorities. The sources of bias can come from proxies utilized in models to the source of data, showing ...

by Brian Murphy | July 21, 2020

Developers Want More Than What the Network of Networks Will Offer

Carequality is not what the world needs, but it's what the world has. The effort to build TEFCA’s Common Agreement is on course to deliver more of what the world already has rather than what it needs. Independent and third-party developers have been clamoring for better access to data for ...

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 John Moore III | June 19, 2020

Views and Perspectives on COVID19 from EHR Leaders – Panel Discussion

Watch the recording newly available from the first of our COVID Lessons Learned webinar series. Enter your contact info below to begin watching and to receive the slides (check for an email from john3 [at] chilmarkresearch.com if you don't see anything within a few minutes). Panelists: Dr. Lu de Souza, ...

by John Moore III | June 15, 2020

The Essentials of Health AI in a Post-Pandemic World – Webinar and Slides

Since early March, next-generation healthcare analytics reveal that people are postponing medical appointments and everything from knee replacements to colonoscopies. In fact, diagnosis of heart disease is down 37%, cancer diagnoses are down 35%, and stroke-related diagnoses are down 38%. Unfortunately, this is unlikely the result of Americans’ improved health ...

by John Moore III | June 11, 2020

Views & Perspectives on COVID19 from EHR Leaders

Making Care More Resilient: What have we Learned so Far? Part of our Lessons from the Pandemic Response series. Join us June 17th at 12pm ET / 9am PT to hear what senior executives at leading EHR vendors have learned from helping clients through the pandemic. EHR vendors have been ...

by Jody Ranck | June 08, 2020

The Essentials of Health AI in a Post-Pandemic World

What Comes Next for AI in Healthcare? View webinar recording and download the slides here: The Essentials of Health AI in a Post-Pandemic World - Webinar and Slides. As leaders of health plans and self-insured companies, you may be faced with critical decisions on how to start the post-pandemic recovery ...

by Alex Lennox-Miller | May 29, 2020

Virtual Conferences are Showing What Really Matters Isn’t the Conference At All

In years of attending my health care and technology industry conferences, - if we’re being honest -  conferences were a waste of time. There were simply too many conferences with too many vendor and consultant attendees. COVID-19 has changed all of that. The in-person conference is, at least for the ...

by Paul Nardone | May 21, 2020

Why Now? How COVID-19 Will Encourage Future Engagement With Community Resources

During our Quarterly Update call with clients, I received a question about what COVID-19 is revealing regarding IT solutions that engage community resources. I took the question to be about what functionality in those solutions is most pertinent to addressing COVID-19, and answered as such. However, after the call ended, ...

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 Jody Ranck | April 13, 2020

Precision Public Health, Race, and Social Determinants During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the US there are emerging patterns for the disease burden coming to light. African-American and Latinx populations are suffering a disproportionate amount of the disease burden and deaths. It is often said that pandemics are a window into society and amplify health ...

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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