by John Moore | November 11, 2019
At the recent Allscripts Customer Experience (ACE) conference in Dallas TX, I was struck by how seemingly small this event was, though there was quite a bit going on. Client presentations were compelling and some of the vision that CEO Paul Black expressed was ahead of his customers. Today, it does appear that Allscripts has hit a good balance between what is needed while preparing for tomorrow, though it remains to be seen whether it can keep customers and shareholders happy while waiting for long-term innovative projects to gain traction.
by John Moore | April 01, 2015
The healthcare IT market is not much different than other software markets – it has its own particular nuances of course, but beyond that, the basic mechanics of how this market will evolve in the next five years will reflect what has occurred in other software markets, particularly the enterprise ERP market.
by Brian Murphy | September 17, 2013
Last week, NextGen’s parent company, QSI, acquired open-source tools vendor Mirth for $59M. While a relatively small acquisition, it nonetheless […]
by John Moore | November 20, 2012
Just as Healtheway looks to ween itself off the federal gravy train, Surescripts comes along and in a couple of quick strokes looks ready to drive a stake into the heart of Healtheway or at least any desire Healtheway may have to become the Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN).
by John Moore | August 31, 2010
Introductory Remarks: Chilmark Research is pleased to welcome a new addition to our staff, Cora Sharma. Cora will be leading […]
by John Moore | June 15, 2010
Today, GE announced the release of Centricity Advance, their solution for the ambulatory market. Centricity Advance is basically a build-out/rebranding […]
by John Moore | June 09, 2010
Today, leading ambulatory EHR vendor AllScripts announced that it will merge (it’s really acquire) with one of the larger acute […]