Tag Archive: AHIP

by Janice Young | June 29, 2016

AHIP – The Usual Stories, Amidst Some Refreshing Perspectives

AHIP 2016 is Las Vegas included the usual standard AHIP story lines. Better industry collaboration requires better partnerships, the promise […]

by Naveen Rao | September 27, 2015

Provider Directories: An Opportunity Fraught with Challenges

A primary goal of insurance expansion under the Affordable Care Act was to improve access to healthcare. Yet as thousands of people are finding, simply having insurance coverage does not guarantee that ‘the doctor will see them now.’

by John Moore | June 22, 2011

Looking at Healthcare Through Payer Lenses: Part Two

Payers, as with the rest of the healthcare industry, have a lot on their plate right now. Healthcare reform, via […]

by John Moore | June 19, 2011

Looking at Healthcare Through Payer Lenses: Part One

Attending the annual health insurers confab (AHIP Institute) last week gave one some insight as to the challenges this part […]

by John Moore | October 01, 2008

Finally, Dossia Goes Live

In what seems like ages since the first announcement of the formation of Dossia, the third platform play for personal […]

by John Moore | March 25, 2008

How Many Cooks Does it Take to Define a PHR Functional Model?

While doing some research on healthcare IT (HIT) standards for our upcoming report on the PHR market I stumbled upon […]

by John Moore | February 18, 2008

HIMSS – PHR Platforms MIA

Received an email this weekend from the organizers of the big healthcare IT conference, HIMSS, which will be held next […]

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