Tag Archive: Kaiser Permanente

by John Moore | September 29, 2017

Convergence in Healthcare: What is it? And Why Now?

Convergence is a thesis that posits the successful path to risk-adjusted care requires realignment in provider-payer relations – that neither […]

by Naveen Rao | July 27, 2015

Connected Care: Are We There Yet?

Progress? Healthcare organizations (HCOs) are acknowledging the need for next generation tools to realize the promise of newer models of […]

by Naveen Rao | January 28, 2015

Consumer-Driven Models of Care: Healthcare’s New Front Door

The Revolution One of the trending topics in healthcare right now is that of the “consumer revolution.” With so many […]

by Naveen Rao | July 28, 2014

Consumer Health Data Plays: Vision? Yes. Value? Maybe…

Challenges & Opportunity In an otherwise slow summer, health IT got caught up in a whirl of excitement last month […]

by Brian Murphy | April 04, 2014

Push for Interop – Two Initiatives Lead Way

Competing Platforms HIEs only add value to patient encounters when clinicians are connected to them. The capability to provide clinical […]

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 Cora Sharma | January 22, 2014

Amid Market Lull, A Few Categories of Analytics Early Adopters Plow Ahead; The Mid-Market is Waiting

Summary Large HCO innovators have been building homegrown analytics capabilities for decades, and have in more recent years been starting […]

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