Tag Archive: FDA

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 Chilmark Team | November 29, 2018

Revisiting Our 2018 Predictions

As is our custom here, we like to look back on our predictions for the closing year and see just […]

by Brian Edwards | December 19, 2017

FDA Guidance on Clinical Decision Support: Peering Inside the Black Box of Algorithmic Intelligence

Key Takeaways: The FDA has released long-anticipated draft guidance on how they intend to regulate clinical decision support products. For […]

by Naveen Rao | July 27, 2015

Connected Care: Are We There Yet?

Progress? Healthcare organizations (HCOs) are acknowledging the need for next generation tools to realize the promise of newer models of […]

by Naveen Rao | March 28, 2015

The Patient Will See You Now

A Worthy Read This month’s Domain Monitor is a little bit different. We recently read through Dr. Eric Topol’s latest […]

by John Moore lll | November 27, 2013

23andMe vs the FDA: How did it come to this?

As most of our readers are likely aware, the FDA this week issued a scathing letter effectively prohibiting the 5 […]

by John Moore | April 04, 2013

Who will regulate mHealth? Patient Engagement at Crossroads; New Alliance Takes On Interoperability

We came back from HIMSS and got right to work on the March Monthly Update for Chilmark Advisory Services subscribers. As […]

by John Moore | July 21, 2011

Re-entry into Healthcare

As with the last shuttle mission making its re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere yesterday, I am re-entering the world of […]

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