Tag Archive: Anthem

by Chilmark Team | October 24, 2018

How Health Systems and Health Plans Are Leveraging Each Other’s Strengths Through Telehealth

[Guest Post] There are over 5,000 hospitals in the United States, each caring for the country’s growing population of more than 325 million people. Aside from integrated health systems, many of these organizations are operating independently from health plans or other health systems. This type of siloed care has become the norm in the healthcare industry, and while EHRs have improved care continuity over the years, health organizations are still largely operating on their own.

by John Moore | March 15, 2018

HIMSS18 – A Bipolar Experience

HIMSS18 Review 3 of 4 A decade of attending the annual HIMSS conference and I leave both excited and depressed. […]

by John Moore | September 29, 2017

Convergence in Healthcare: What is it? And Why Now?

Convergence is a thesis that posits the successful path to risk-adjusted care requires realignment in provider-payer relations – that neither […]

by John Moore | September 15, 2017

Convergence and the Three Rules for Data Governance

Across the industry novel provider-payer collaborations have arisen – something we refer to as convergence. The macro-factor driving this push […]

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.’

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