Tag Archive: consumer driven health

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 Brian Eastwood | September 02, 2015

Bringing Enthusiasm to the Consumer Health Tech Revolution

You can’t travel too far on the Internet without tripping over an article, report, survey, or commentary lamenting the state […]

by Brian Eastwood | July 13, 2015

With Wristband, Google Entering Consumer Health on Its Own Terms

It’s not every day that health-related news from Google gets buried, but recent headlines about the Supreme Court upholding a […]

by Brian Eastwood | June 23, 2015

The Promise of Consumer-Driven Health

As John pointed out last week, I’m the newest member of Chilmark Research. I’ve joined the team to wrap my […]

by corasharma | February 18, 2014

Barefoot at HIMSS? Just Trying to Follow Dr. Google’s Orders

If you see me in flip flop sandals, Vibram Five Fingers (VFF), or a barefoot-style shoe at HIMSS14 — please […]

by John Moore | June 16, 2008

What Consumers Want? How About Relevant, Personal Advice

Consulting firm McKinsey announced today the release of their latest healthcare centric research study entitled: What Consumers Want in Health […]

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