by Matt Guldin | November 27, 2018

Bundled Payments: Current Strategies and Tools

Recent CMS rule changes have once again brought bundled payments into the national spotlight. Addressing established uncertainty amongst payers and providers on the future of bundled payments, Chilmark’s latest report analyzes the market trends shaping this space and describes available IT solutions to help healthcare organizations (HCOs) adapt to these new value-based payment programs. Eighteen vendors were profiled for this report, divided into five categories: Acute EHR, Care Management, Consultants, Medical Devices, and Niche Episodic Payments.

by Brian Eastwood | October 31, 2018

Telehealth 2018: Vendor Assessment and Market Outlook

Efforts to improve patient engagement and access to care, coupled with healthcare’s ongoing shift to value-based care, has catalyzed a shift in virtual care models. A market once dominated by low-acuity, DTC tech at one end and teleICU units at the other is now filling in the gaps, with a growing number of solutions available to support remote patient monitoring (RPM) and the patient-centered medical home (PCMH). This report will explore various existing and emerging virtual care models and describe the business strategies of the leading vendors in this market.

by John Moore III | October 15, 2018

Recent Market Scan Report Bundle: App Stores, NLP, and PRM

We are currently offering a bundled discount on our three most recent Market Scan Reports: Healthcare App Stores: 2018 Status and Outlook Natural Language Processing: Unlocking the Potential of a Digital Healthcare Era Patient Relationship Management: More than CRM for Healthcare Each report retails individually for $2,750, but we are ...

by Brian Murphy | September 04, 2018

Healthcare App Stores: Status and Outlook Market Scan Report

Digital healthcare, fueled by the industry’s diverse information sources, is a massive opportunity for patients, clinicians, and organizations. As modern APIs gain acceptance in healthcare and emerging app stores promise to transform how health data is accessed and used, Chilmark Research is proud to present our latest Market Scan Report, ...

by Brian Edwards | July 11, 2018

Natural Language Processing: Unlocking the Potential of a Digital Healthcare Era

This report provides insights for organizations that are considering, building, implementing, and deploying NLP technologies. Analysts at Chilmark Research have compiled advice regarding the newer technologies, proven methods, and the most impactful use cases in NLP today. We also identify and analyze key performance metrics that users should expect to see cited by NLP vendors as key differentiators. The report concludes with profiles and analyses of significant NLP solution providers that Chilmark Research considers representative of the available stack of technologies, development platforms, pragmatic applications, and services.

by Brian Eastwood | June 13, 2018

Capturing Patient Experience: Current Challenges & Future Needs Insight Report

All clients of the Chilmark Advisory Service have access to this report. Please login here to access your copy. Brian Eastwood hosted a live Q&A to address our audience's most pressing questions related to capturing the patient experience. To view the discussion, click here. This Insight Report examines the market for point-of-care ...

by Jody Ranck | May 02, 2018

Blockchain: Opportunities & Challenges in Healthcare Market Scan Report

Now Free! The report features an overview of blockchain technology through the lens of applications in healthcare. While more immediate applications are explored more in-depth, a trajectory of blockchain adoption and evolution is also provided.

by Brian Eastwood | March 27, 2018

Patient Relationship Management Market Scan Report

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.

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