by Brian Eastwood | March 27, 2018
This Market Scan Report examines the market forces driving health care organization (HCO) interest in solutions that promise more targeted patient outreach, coordinated care management, and greater opportunity for patient self-management between care episodes. Motivating factors include serious limitations of legacy engagement solutions to meet business case needs and consumer usability expectations, the need to support patient engagement outside the four walls of the hospital, and economic factors that range from value-based care to provider-payer convergence to higher out-of-pocket costs for patients.
by Brian Murphy | February 27, 2018
Population health management (PHM) solutions are at a level of maturity to meet many of the needs of healthcare organizations (HCOs). Yet a clear divide between the different types of solutions is emerging, according to this latest report from Chilmark Research.
by Brian Eastwood | September 15, 2017
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by Brian Murphy | August 11, 2017
Building on the 2014 and 2016 editions of this report, Chilmark returned to the market this year to assess critical changes in vendor solutions and how well they map to provider needs. Notably, analytics solutions and care management applications are more tightly linked now and show promise for moving analytics-derived insights closer to the point of care. Analytics applications are also becoming more user friendly — an opportunity for differentiation previously identified in the 2016 edition.
by Jennifer Rogers | July 25, 2017
This report answers the following questions:
- How is PA evolving for providers and payers alike, given the growing expansion of VBC adoption?
- What is the current state of pharmacy and medical PA technology and process?
- Who is innovating in this space to improve the provider-payer experience and clinical and cost outcomes?
- What should healthcare organizations (HCOs) consider as they decide on a solution?
- Where do significant gaps remain that HCOs will struggle to fill?
by Jennifer Rogers | June 20, 2017
Now Free! This report delves into three case studies of different population health management strategies, examining the clinical and technology models. This research project is intended to increase PHM speed to value, helping to identify optimal health IT (HIT) enablement. The report combines the findings from these case studies with additional primary and secondary research to distill common themes and provide recommendations for other HCOs considering or already deploying a PHM strategy of their own.
by Matt Guldin | June 01, 2017
This report provides a comprehensive review of more than 25 solutions available today to meet the various needs of provider organizations pursuing care management strategies. It also examines for the first time the potential for patient relation management (PRM) and condition-specific solutions to help HCOs engage with patients and achieve ROI in their care management programs. Reflecting the market’s emphasis on episodic care, the report’s vendor rankings focuses on core care management functionality and places less emphasis on a solution’s care coordination features.
by Brian Murphy | February 09, 2017
The vendors profiled are deeply committed to making healthcare data more broadly available and useful around the healthcare system. Since our last CNM Market Trends Report these vendors have evolved their offerings to include more data types supplying a wider range of applications. Social and behavioral data is being incorporated and supplied to the point of care and for risk profile development and predictive analytics. Patient-reported data from wearables and devices is also being gradually incorporated into product plans. Most vendors also want to make this data available for new computing capabilities such as predictive modeling, machine learning, and cognitive computing.