Tag Archive: HITECH Act

by John Moore | May 02, 2012

Hunkered Down on HIE

Been pretty quiet here on the Chilmark Research site for the simple reason – we are doing one heck of […]

by John Moore | May 19, 2011

Rational Thought Infects HITECH

Couple of weeks back the HIT Policy Committee began to seriously consider what a delay of Stage Two meaningful use […]

by John Moore | May 16, 2011

Musings on PHRs & Consumer Engagement

The recent post on Google Health going into the deep freeze has solicited a number of emails, including some from […]

by John Moore | March 29, 2011

Remember: Technology is but a Tool

Yesterday, Chilmark Research participated in the CRG conference, Driving Change Through Managed Care IT from Provider Payments to Quality, which […]

by John Moore | November 22, 2010

mHealth in the Enterprise Set to Explode

The rapid adoption of smartphones and now touch-screen tablets (e.g., iPad) by clinicians will trigger enormous growth in the use […]

by John Moore | July 29, 2010

HIEs in the Public Interest

The Health Information Exchange (HIE) market is the Wild West right now.  Vendors are telling us that they are seeing […]

by John Moore | July 15, 2010

Meaningful Use Perspectives & Resources

Everyone seems to have an opinion, or at least has written something, about the final Meaningful Use (MU) Rules that […]

by John Moore | July 13, 2010

Meaningful Use Rules Drop Today

Nearly a year after the HIT Policy Committee’s meaningful use recommendations were approved by ONC chief Dr. David Blumenthal, an […]

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