Tag Archive: Medicaid

by Chilmark Team | April 26, 2018

Promoting Interoperability: MU Fades to Black

By Brian Murphy and Brian Eastwood Seeking to liberate the industry from its self-created morass of siloed data and duplicative […]

by Naveen Rao | September 27, 2015

Provider Directories: An Opportunity Fraught with Challenges

A primary goal of insurance expansion under the Affordable Care Act was to improve access to healthcare. Yet as thousands of people are finding, simply having insurance coverage does not guarantee that ‘the doctor will see them now.’

by Brian Eastwood | August 27, 2015

Consumer-Driven Forces Disrupting Primary Care

Growth & Change The traditional model of consuming healthcare services is changing. Frustrated consumers – accustomed to the technological advances […]

by Matt Guldin | December 01, 2014

Valued-Based Payments Leading to Value-Based Supplier Pricing?

Costs & Value Healthcare organizations (HCOs) are undergoing strategic shifts as they move from volume to value-based reimbursement models. Not […]

by Liz Gavriel | November 28, 2014

Home Is Where the Health Is: The Current State of Connected Health

Digital Reality 2014 has served as a coming out party for all things Connected Health. The buzz around telemedicine, virtual […]

by Brian Murphy | August 01, 2014

Information Blocking Laws — Ready, Shoot, Aim

Interference The most straightforward definition of interoperability we have heard so far is from David Kendrick, CEO of MyHealth Access […]

by John Moore | June 26, 2014

The Waning Influence of ONC

Market Challenges Many are beginning to question ONC’s role in the further promotion of EHR adoption and use. Healthcare organizations […]

by Brian Murphy | May 04, 2014

Can Using an HIE for Orders and Results Land You in Club Fed?

Tread Softly Pay-to-play is a cornerstone of many extremely efficient and perfectly legal markets. In healthcare it raises a host […]

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