Tag Archive: interoperability

by John Moore | May 06, 2020

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

As sheltering in place wears on, I keep all in perspective knowing others have it far worse than I. Some […]

by Brian Murphy | March 16, 2020

Take a Break From Worrying About COVID-19. We Have New Rules!

The 21st Century Cures Act said that patients should be able to move from health plan to health plan or from provider to provider and have their data go with them.

by Brian Murphy | February 07, 2020

Will the New Interoperability Rules Tame or Be Tamed by Fees?

The healthcare exchange status quo got a boost last week in a legal victory for Ciox Health. The release of […]

by Hannah Ehnle | June 25, 2019

Brian Murphy Is Looking for What’s New in the Details

To continue our series of interviews with the Chilmark analyst team, next I turned to talk with Brian Murphy, our […]

by Hannah Ehnle | May 31, 2019

Chilmark’s Founder John Moore Answers: Why Research Health IT?

Chilmark’s founder John Moore discusses why he chose to do research in the health IT industry, what inspired him to start his own analyst firm, and what makes Chilmark’s research unique.

by Brian Murphy | May 22, 2019

The ONC Turns its Attention to Interoperability

Chilmark Advisory Service Interoperability Domain Monitor (January 2018) A primer on what is in the first draft of ONC’s proposed […]

by Brian Murphy |

What Will ONC Do With TEFCA?

Chilmark Bight from May 2018: Major issues raised by stakeholders about the 1st draft of TEFCA ONC’s draft Trusted Exchange […]

by John Moore | April 22, 2019

HealthVault’s Demise — No Surprise

When I started Chilmark Research a dozen years ago, the big transformation that was going to rock the healthcare boat […]

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