Tag Archive: HHS

by John Moore | October 25, 2012

A Layer Above it All: Healtheway’s Value Prop

Now that NwHIN has been spun-out into the public-private entity Healtheway one has to wonder exactly what value they can […]

by John Moore | September 11, 2012

The Promise of a Little Blue Button

Yesterday, I was in Washington DC to attend ONC’s Consumer Health IT Summit. While having high hopes for some breathtaking […]

by John Moore | March 11, 2011

3 Questions: A Conversation with Dr. Blumenthal

This week, the well regarded periodical, Health Affairs published its annual issue that focuses on Healthcare IT (HIT). One of […]

by John Moore | June 21, 2010

Ramping Up for MU Rules, CMS Launches New Site

Today, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a new site that is basically an everything you wanted […]

by John Moore | April 12, 2010

New Leadership for CCHIT – Will it Make a Difference?

The organization that Chilmark Research has had, at times, a trying relationship with, CCHIT, otherwise known as the Certification Commission […]

by John Moore | March 26, 2010

Consumer Consent and HIEs

One of the thornier issues regarding the establishment of public Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) is how to manage consumer consent […]

by John Moore | February 25, 2010

The Great Land Grab of 2010 or the Play for State HIEs

The first major distribution of HITECH Act funds occurred a couple of weeks ago when HHS awarded nearly $1 billion […]

by John Moore | January 03, 2010

Part One: Stage One Meaningful Use Winners

As required by legislation in the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA), HHS/CMS released rules for the meaningful use of […]

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