Tag Archive: Engagement

by John Moore lll | June 05, 2012

Latest Report: mHealth Adoption for Provider–Patient Engagement

The market is abuzz about all things mHealth. Press coverage on provider-patient mHealth solutions is ramping up with a recent […]

by John Moore | May 04, 2010

WebMD’s Private Portal Business Continues Slide

WebMD announced first quarter earnings today that showed continued lackluster results for their “Private Portal” division, slipping roughly 5% year […]

by John Moore | May 21, 2009

Meaningful Use: A Driver for PHR Growth?

Information Exchange in support of care coordination is one of the three meaningful use criteria cited in the ARRA (Stimulus) […]

by John Moore | December 10, 2008

Live Tweets of Google Health Webcast

Sitting in on the webcast by Google today, most discussions is focusing on Google Health. Doing “live tweets” via twitter […]

by John Moore | April 24, 2008

What Might an Ideal EHR Look Like?

A Blog I frequently visit is that of John Halamka, the CIO at Boston based Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital.  Halamka […]

by John Moore | April 22, 2008

Dis-information Among Those in the Know

Here I am at the World Health Care Congress with what appears to be all the major movers and shakers […]

by John Moore | April 21, 2008

WHCC & Reports from the Field

I’ll be attending the World Health Care Congress (WHCC) here in Washington DC getting my fill of all things healthcare […]

by John Moore | April 17, 2008

Hitting the PHR Conundrum on the Head

As many who read here know, one of the biggest challenges I’ve discussed regarding consumer adoption of PHRs is making […]

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