Tag Archive: FHIR

by Chilmark Team | March 13, 2018

Give Us Your Data – Is it Really That Easy?

HIMSS18 Review 1 of 4 By Ken Kleinberg, Brian Murphy, and Brian Edwards During Eric Schmidt’s opening keynote at HIMSS18, […]

by Chilmark Team | December 15, 2017

Back to the Crystal Ball: Our 2018 Healthcare IT Market Predictions

Our favorite post of the year is this one. As analysts, we come together with our propeller hats on to […]

by Matt Guldin | June 02, 2017

Cerner Impressions: Beginning Signs of PHM Maturation

Two weeks ago, we attended the 2017 Cerner Collaboration Forum, which combined the Population Health Summit with three other annual […]

by Brian Murphy | January 12, 2017

Open APIs: The Promise and Hope from Outside the HIT Bubble

APIs (application programming interfaces) are a hot topic in healthcare these days. In the parlance of the moment – interest […]

by Brian Murphy | November 29, 2016

Can APIs Really Improve HIT?

We hosted a webinar on this topic on December 14, 2016. To retrieve a copy of the slides, please follow […]

by John Moore | October 01, 2015

Cerner’s HealtheIntent Gaining Significant Traction

Moving Forward Cerner’s annual user conference (CHC) last week gave us an opportunity to speak with Cerner executives and customers […]

by Brian Murphy | July 04, 2015

FHIR — The Healthcare Platform Enabler

The Plan FHIR is the new, open way to represent clinical, financial, and administrative data about patients. It is being […]

by Brian Murphy | May 04, 2015

HIMSS’15: NOT on FHIR

HIMSS15 was supposed to be an opportunity for HIT vendors to really expand on interoperability with possibilities represented by FHIR […]

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