Tag Archive: PGHD

by John Moore | December 21, 2015

Going Beyond the Obvious: 2016 Predictions for Healthcare IT

Never a dull moment in healthcare. 2015 saw plenty of changes and some inklings as to what may be in […]

by ndrao | August 12, 2014

Time to SMAC the Healthcare Consumer

SMAC – Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud – is a popular framework for optimizing business performance through IT. The basic idea […]

by Naveen Rao | July 28, 2014

Consumer Health Data Plays: Vision? Yes. Value? Maybe…

Challenges & Opportunity In an otherwise slow summer, health IT got caught up in a whirl of excitement last month […]

by John Moore | June 22, 2014

Apple Steps into Healthcare

Chilmark Bight On June 2, Apple announced the pending release of the Health app and corresponding SDK, HealthKit at its […]

by Naveen Rao | May 28, 2014

Use As Directed: Getting the Most Out of Patient Engagement Technology

Adoption Strategy Healthcare organizations (HCO) are slowly beginning to approach patient engagement with a strategic outlook that goes beyond the […]

by Naveen Rao | April 27, 2014

Stage 3 and Patient Engagement: VDT, API, PGHD, Oh My! As Industry Goes, So Goes CMS

Staying the Course Patient engagement requirements outlined in CMS’ Stage 3 regulations have drawn attention for two reasons. First is […]

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 | January 17, 2014

Three Big Questions for Stage 3 & Patient Engagement

For many, the delay of Stage 3 of the Meaningful Use program evoked a collective sigh of relief, providing a […]

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