Tag Archive: diabetes

by Chilmark Team | November 15, 2018

How Convergence Benefits Rising-Risk Patients

By Mark A. Caron, FACHE, CHCIO, Geneia┬áCEO No matter how you look at it, the toll of diabetes and prediabetes […]

by John Moore | September 01, 2011

EHRs Deliver the Goods, or at Least the Quality

There have been a number of research studies published that question the value of Electronic Health Records (EHRs), particularly as […]

by John Moore | November 12, 2010

Smashing Myths & Assumptions: PHR for Urban Diabetes Care

There remains an unhealthy level of skepticism in the market as to whether or not consumers will use a personal […]

by John Moore | December 09, 2008

From Halls of Swedish Academia – Patterns for Health 2.0

Stumbled across this research paper today on Web2.0 design patterns for chronic care of pediatric patients (prototype, diabetes type 1). […]

by John Moore | September 25, 2008

EmTech: Keynote, Microsoft’s Craig Mundie

Highlights of this morning’s keynote by Craig Mundie, Chief Strategy Officer at Microsoft. Computers will be more pervasive and work […]

by John Moore | August 27, 2008

PHRs for the Disadvantaged

When those in the industry talk of PHRs and adoption by consumers, virtually all of the focus is on two […]

by John Moore | March 11, 2008

Will You Still Need Me, Will You Still Feed Me…

There are any number of statistics that one can point to telling us we in serious trouble. From the epidemic […]

by John Moore | December 21, 2007

Telemed Delivering for California Diabetics

This week, the California Healthcare Foundation (CHCF) announced that they were expanding a a pilot diabetes monitoring program, nearly quadrupling […]

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