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by Jody Ranck | November 19, 2015

Data Lakes and Data Swamps

Managing Data Every mention of health data and data analytics comes with it a reference to data silos that get […]

by Brian Murphy | September 22, 2015

Salesforce Enters the Fray: Will They Succeed Where Others Have Failed?

Chilmark Bight After several years of circling the healthcare market, Salesforce finally announced its intent to formally enter the market […]

by John Moore | April 01, 2015

The Future Evolution of the HIT Market

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 Cora Sharma | May 22, 2014

ETL Churn: Clinical Analytics Solutions Sandwiched Between Shifting Data Sources and Evolving Business Rules

Stuck in the Middle Clinical analytics solutions are “sandwiched” between (1) a variety of shifting data sources; and (2) ever-evolving […]

by John Moore | November 04, 2011

Siemens Jumps into HIE Waters

Acquisition fever has set in and they’re dropping like flies, independent HIE vendors that is. Earlier today, Siemens announced its […]

by John Moore | September 07, 2011

Who Will be the Salesforce.com of Healthcare IT?

Last week was the massive Salesforce.com user conference Dreamforce (massive in that there were more attendees at Dreamforce then this […]

by John Moore | February 03, 2010

IBM Strengthens Healthcare Play, Picks up Initiate

This morning, IBM announced that it will acquire leading healthcare Master Data Management (MDM) vendor, Initiate for an undisclosed sum.  […]

by John Moore | December 23, 2008

2008, What was Hot, What was Not

One of the nice things about all the writing done over the past year is that one can go back, […]

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