Tag Archive: payers

by Brian Murphy | May 05, 2014

Expanding the Clinical Network for Value-based Care

The provider world is dominated by organizations that believe in a slowly evolving status quo that will somehow carry them […]

by corasharma | January 14, 2014

Payers Refocus Efforts on ROI for Member Engagement

What a difference a year has made to the payer market. In late 2012 Chilmark Research published the first version […]

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 ndrao | February 20, 2012

Forecast and Ramifications of Payers in the HIE Market: Part Two

(Note: This is the second of a two-part post.) Keeping it Local This is most representative of the status quo […]

by ndrao | February 16, 2012

Forecast and Ramifications of Payers in the HIE Market: Part One

The numerous changes in the healthcare sector are forcing stakeholders to develop new business models to prosper, to survive. Among […]

by John Moore | June 22, 2011

Looking at Healthcare Through Payer Lenses: Part Two

Payers, as with the rest of the healthcare industry, have a lot on their plate right now. Healthcare reform, via […]

by John Moore | June 19, 2011

Looking at Healthcare Through Payer Lenses: Part One

Attending the annual health insurers confab (AHIP Institute) last week gave one some insight as to the challenges this part […]

by John Moore | December 10, 2008

Humana Breaks the Mold

Slowly getting the hang of Twitter and while cruising around the TwitterSphere yesterday looking for updates from the WHIT’08 conference […]

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