Chilmark Research operates on the core belief that healthcare information technology (HIT) has a crucial role in improving care, but only if healthcare leaders have a clear picture of the market and what needs the emerging technologies can actually meet. We use a pragmatic, evidence-based research methodology with a strong emphasis on primary research to provide technology adopters, consultants, investors, and vendors a clear view of the current HIT landscape. We also research specific sectors of the industry at the request of companies and organizations that need an objective third-party perspective.
Chilmark research uses primary and secondary research to provide a better understanding of what areas of health IT are working, what areas require caution, and how given sectors of the market will develop over time. Out analyst team continuously tests assumptions regarding healthcare IT progress, vendors, the market, and end users. We share our latest findings with clients and the industry, as a whole, through our company blog.
Throughout the research process, Chilmark maintains absolute objectivity. We aim to have the most comprehensive market research available and profiled vendors cannot pay to be included in reports. While the vendors we examine have the opportunity to review their company narratives for accuracy, our analysts reserve final judgement over any changes to descriptions and rankings. We believe this independence to be essential for our ability to deliver a clear, unbiased snapshot of the market and its offerings.
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Signature, Domain-defining report format. These reports define core functionality and key features of solutions, examines the primary market trends and driving adoption, and evaluates vendors on their ability to deliver on the current and coming needs of healthcare organizations. We release one for each Domain on a 12-18 month cycle. Retail Cost: $6,000
These reports evaluate a problem being addressed by specific healthcare stakeholders, what different organizations are doing to solve that particular problem, and establishes benchmarks for evaluating these efforts. All CAS clients have access to these reports as part of their subscription. Retail Cost: $1,495
New for 2017. MSRs examine an emergent, typically immature and rapidly evolving space in health IT, including brief profiles of the leading vendors. Recent examples include Blockchain: Opportunities and Challenges in Healthcare and Natural Language Processing: Unlocking the Potential of a Digital Healthcare Era Retail Cost: $1,495 – $2,750
These reports are shorter, more narrowly scoped research projects that focus on one specific trend or aspect of current and emerging technologies within our Domains of coverage. Recent examples include Driving Speed to Value: Three Diverse Approaches to PHM and Beyond the Portal: Technology for Improved Consumer Engagement Retail Cost: $795 – $995