Tag Archive: Blue Button

by John Moore | September 11, 2012

The Promise of a Little Blue Button

Yesterday, I was in Washington DC to attend ONC’s Consumer Health IT Summit. While having high hopes for some breathtaking […]

by John Moore | February 18, 2011

Are We Arriving at the Cusp of Consumer Engagement

When Chilmark Research was founded, the primary area of focus was healthcare IT that was consumer facing, consumer enabling – […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2010

Let the Data Flow: Part Two

Moving from an event focusing on HIE/REC initiatives by various States, the next two events, HealthCampSF and Health 2.0, took […]

by John Moore | September 22, 2010

HIEs in the Public Interests

In about an hour’s time I will head downtown to participate in yet another Commonwealth of Massachusetts HIE Consumer Workgroup […]

by John Moore | September 07, 2010

Feds Set Example for Data Portability

The Personal Health Record (PHR) market is fraught with challenges. First there is the issue of getting personal health information […]

by John Moore | June 30, 2010

Where is the Consumer in Vendors’ HIE Solutions?

In Monday’s post, Chilmark reflected upon a piece that Peter Hudson, co-founder of Healthagen, the developers of mHealth app iTriage […]

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