Tag Archive: patient engagement

by Brian Eastwood | September 02, 2015

Bringing Enthusiasm to the Consumer Health Tech Revolution

You can’t travel too far on the Internet without tripping over an article, report, survey, or commentary lamenting the state […]

by John Moore | March 11, 2015

Inside Peek at Forthcoming PHM Report

Over the last several weeks, I have been working feverishly to finish our first major report on Population Health Management […]

by ndrao | March 31, 2014

#PGHD: Buzzword to Business

This week, I read an article from February that provided an overview of the health IT infrastructure required for population […]

by ndrao | March 22, 2013

Patient Engagement: Does the Emperor have any clothes?

“Patient Engagement” has built up increasing buzz over the last few years through dedicated lip service from government, corporations, public […]

by John Moore | June 21, 2012

Payers Take Another Stab at Engagement with Consumer-based Tools

It is now nail-biting time, as we here at Chilmark Research brace ourselves for the upcoming Supreme Court decision on […]

by John Moore | August 25, 2011

Trends in Patient Engagement

As part of the process of setting our broader research agenda at Chilmark Research, we do a significant amount of […]

by John Moore | March 18, 2011

Much Ado About Patient Portals

From Chilmark Research’s perspective, patient portals are by and large Much Ado About Nothing. Sure, plenty of healthcare organizations (HCO) […]

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