Tag Archive: HIX

by corasharma | February 18, 2014

Barefoot at HIMSS? Just Trying to Follow Dr. Google’s Orders

If you see me in flip flop sandals, Vibram Five Fingers (VFF), or a barefoot-style shoe at HIMSS14 — please […]

by Naveen Rao | February 01, 2014

Video Visits: A Market Stuck in Replay is Ready to Fast Forward

Consumer Engagement  Traditionally, consumer engagement has been more of a marketing and business function, while patient engagement has remained a […]

by John Moore | December 30, 2013

What’s in Store for 2014?

That time of year once again where we collectively look into our crystal ball, or throw the sticks or maybe […]

by John Moore | October 15, 2013

Wellness Market: Too Many Chasing Too Little

Having taken a hiatus from last year’s Health 2.0 event, was looking forward to this year’s event to see what […]

by corasharma | October 11, 2013

Crashes, Bugs, and Major Usability Issues at Covered California

I have spent the past few days struggling to apply for insurance on California’s HIX, CoveredCA. Early on in the […]

by John Moore | June 22, 2011

Looking at Healthcare Through Payer Lenses: Part Two

Payers, as with the rest of the healthcare industry, have a lot on their plate right now. Healthcare reform, via […]

by John Moore | June 19, 2011

Looking at Healthcare Through Payer Lenses: Part One

Attending the annual health insurers confab (AHIP Institute) last week gave one some insight as to the challenges this part […]

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