Tag Archive: Medicare

by John Moore | December 10, 2012

Humana Jumps into HIE Market, Claims Analytics Turn Sights of Clinical, Med Adherence

November saw the acquisition of yet another HIE vendor by a payer (Humana). An in-depth analysis of this acquisition and its implications was provided to Chilmark Advisory Service (CAS) clients at the end of November. Following are abstracts of the three research notes in our latest Monthly Update.

by John Moore | April 04, 2011

Robust Processes Supported by Health IT Core to ACO Success

On March 31st, the HHS’s Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) dropped its neutron bomb (proposed Accountable Care Organization […]

by John Moore | February 07, 2008

So you want to learn more about the proposed budget…

One of my favorite sites is the Wall Street Journal’s Healthcare Blog.  You can almost always find any health-related topic […]

by John Moore | February 06, 2008

The Painfully Slow Move to Online Services

This week, the LA Times has an interesting article on how major insurers Cigna and Aetna will be reimbursing physicians […]

by John Moore | December 10, 2007

eRx Taking Off

Last week, the big eRx (electronic prescription) clearing house, Sure Scripts, released a comprehensive report on the growth of eRx. […]

by John Moore | November 27, 2007

Medicare Lays Out P4P Plans

Yesterday, Medicare released its 104 page proposal for moving to a partial pay for performance (P4P) model.  The Wall Street […]

by John Moore | November 02, 2007

Telehealth Goes to Washington

At the recently held Connected for Health symposium, which I reported on previously, a widely held belief among participants was […]

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