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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 John Moore | June 09, 2021

Patient Engagement Begins with Respect

Health systems nationwide are setting themselves up for a patient privacy revolt. It doesn’t have to be this way; far from it. But their blundering, patronizing, holier-than-thou attitude regarding secondary uses of patient data is frankly infuriating. Now, don’t get me wrong, I am a very strong advocate of using ...

by Alex Lennox-Miller | June 01, 2021

Hot Take | Remote Patient Monitoring: Enabling Omnichannel Care in the Home

Delivering insights on care outcomes – and not just more data noise As the virtual care landscape continues to grow and shift, many questions surrounding the future of remote patient monitoring (RPM) are emerging. Issues ranging from accessibility, to devices, infrastructure, and more are all facets of the remote care ...

by John Moore III | May 26, 2021

May 2021 Recap

Top Chilmark content from May So What? Your Guide to the Biden Administration's Key Health IT Influencers, Appointees and Leaders - John Moore IIIAI and Operational Excellence - Jody Ranck, DrPHDigital Twins 101 - Jody Ranck, DrPH2020 Healthcare IT: Not All Doom and Gloom - John MooreThe Golden Opportunity for ...

by Jody Ranck | May 19, 2021

AI and Operational Excellence

What Healthcare Needs to Learnfrom the Airline Industry, Waze, and the Ubers of the World Key Takeaways: Healthcare can learn a great deal from how airlines, Waze, and Open Table manage supply and demand for operational excellence. These industries and platforms utilize AI/ML to match supply and demand, as well ...

by John Moore III |

So What? Your Guide to the Biden Administration’s Key Health IT Influencers, Appointees and Leaders

Breaking Down What to Expect in a Changing Landscape Chilmark Research is proud to introduce a new video series, "So What?" In this series, we'll be distilling down some of the more nuanced ideas and concepts that our research covers, not only for healthcare and HIT professionals, but everyday users ...

by Jody Ranck | May 07, 2021

Digital Therapeutics: Market Issues for an Emerging Technology [Chilmark Monitor]

Key Takeaways: Digital Therapeutics (DTx) entered the discourse of digital health nearly a decade ago but have yet to reach a broad consumer market due to lack of mature payment models and support from PBMs. The mainstreaming of DTx at the consumer level still has a distance to go to ...

by John Moore III | May 06, 2021

HHS Appointees and Health IT: What to Expect from the New Administration

A change in presidential administration always comes with a wave of new appointees in the cabinet and its departments. However, in certain key areas, government officials from the previous administration remain in their roles and continue their work despite the shift in power. It is clear that the Biden administration ...

by John Moore III |

April 2021 Recap

Top Chilmark content from April: Integration Infrastructure: Building 21st Century Healthcare IT Market Trends Report - Brian MurphyHot Take: The Start of Pricing TransparencySetting the Stage: Integration Infrastructure in Healthcare2020 Healthcare IT: Not All Doom and Gloom - John MooreDown the Rabbit Hole of Health IT: Are we all just ...

by Chilmark Team | April 26, 2021

2021Q2 Client Update [Advisory Service]

Join us for our second Quarterly Update of 2021 as our team shares key takeaways from a rather exciting and intense first quarter in the world of healthcare and health IT. Hear updates on the market and what this means for you and your organization as the industry continues to ...

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 Alex Lennox-Miller | April 21, 2021

Has Microsoft learned from their mistakes? [Chilmark Monitor]

Latest acquisition of Nuance makes it look like they have. With one step, Microsoft has positioned itself to be as prominent in the provider workflow as any other tool in healthcare, including EHRs. Most analysis of this acquisition has focused on the access this gives Microsoft to the considerable Nuance ...

by Brian Murphy | April 14, 2021

The Continued Bipartisan Push for Transparency

Are new APIs and integration services up to the challenge? As I've noticed throughout my career as an analyst, new technologies and approaches generally get used in new projects. Our latest Market Trends Report, Integration Infrastructure: Building 21st Century Healthcare IT, provides a comprehensive view of the variety of new ...

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 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 III | April 01, 2021

Down the Rabbit Hole of Health IT: Are we all just mad here?

Join us for a special dive down the rabbit hole of healthcare and health information technology. Chilmark's Vice President discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has delivered an amazing opportunity to drive significant improvements in the way both patients and healthcare organizations are able to access and utilize all the data ...

by John Moore | March 23, 2021

The Promise of Clinical Data Sharing

About a month ago, I ruffled a few feathers. The brief post highlighting the increasing interest in selling healthcare data to third parties seemed to cast a shadow. Not sure if this is a result of the Google-Ascension ruckus, which was unfounded, but just the same generated negative press. Or ...

by Brian Murphy |

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 III | March 16, 2021

The Golden Opportunity for Clinical Data

Delivering on the promise of digitized health records In this Hot Take, we’re going to look at the implications and possibilities of an emerging market for clinical health care data. While healthcare data being for sale is nothing new, the idea of this type of detailed, computable patient data being ...

by Brian Murphy | March 10, 2021

Setting the Stage: Integration Infrastructure

Join Brian and John as they discuss Brian's latest research on Integration Infrastructure in healthcare, particularly its role in enabling health information technologies. This framing is an evolution of our long-running coverage of what used to be referred to as health information exchange (HIE) technologies. The research adds to our ...

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