Tag Archive: Connected Health

by Hannah Ehnle | June 11, 2019

Podcast: Evolving Healthcare Models and Strategies

Recently, Senior Analyst Alex Lennox-Miller was a guest on This Just In, a radio show and podcast with HIT Advisor Justin […]

by Hannah Ehnle | April 09, 2019

Quarterly Healthcare Meetup: New Front Doors to Care [VIDEO]

On March 27, 2019, Chilmark hosted the first in a series of Healthcare Meetups in Boston. Chilmark Analyst Alex Lennox-Miller […]

by Alex Lennox-Miller | March 20, 2019

What Are the New Front Doors to Healthcare?

Our soon-to-be-released report, The Evolving Front Door to Care, reviews some of the changing ways that patients are entering and […]

by Alex Lennox-Miller | February 25, 2019

HIMSS’19: Real Value in Telehealth and Virtual Care

This is the second in a series of blog posts recapping HIMSS’19; you can read all our coverage here.   My […]

by Chilmark Team | December 10, 2018

2019 Predictions: M&A, Big Tech, and the Fate of ACOs

The Meaningful Use gravy train finally came to an end in 2018. As the strongest EHR vendors struggle to define […]

by Hannah Ehnle | December 07, 2018

Webinar – Telehealth 2018: Healthcare Beyond the Exam Room

In this webinar, Chilmark President John Moore presents key findings from our report, Telehealth 2018: Vendor Assessment and Market Impact. Afterward, […]

by Chilmark Team | November 13, 2018

How will Proposed Changes to CMS Telehealth Reimbursement Affect Adoption?

On Friday, October 26, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced several rule changes that affect how telehealth services will be covered under Medicare Advantage (MA) and the Medicare prescription drug program (Part D). These changes are in direct response to the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, which eliminated historical restrictions on telehealth reimbursement, and are intended to “improve quality of care and provide more plan choices for MA and Part D enrollees.”

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.

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