Tag Archive: remote patient monitoring

by Hannah Ehnle | November 13, 2019

Webinar — Primary Care for the 21st Century

In this webinar, Senior Analyst Alex Lennox-Miller presents highlights from Chilmak’s latest report, Primary Care for the 21st Century: Technology-Enabled […]

by Alex Lennox-Miller | October 24, 2019

Connected Health Conference 2019: Design Focus Matters for Products and Conferences

Last week, we attended the Connected Health Conference. While the intended audience was sometimes unclear, the buying priorities of providers and payers were clear: product integration and user-centered design for providers, with payers evaluating RPM, patient engagement and other population health management tools that they can offer as additional value to members.

by Hannah Ehnle | June 11, 2019

Podcast: Evolving Healthcare Models and Strategies

Recently, Senior Analyst Alex Lennox-Miller was a guest on This Just In, a radio show and podcast with HIT Advisor Justin […]

by Alex Lennox-Miller | March 20, 2019

What Are the New Front Doors to Healthcare?

Our soon-to-be-released report, Primary Care for the 21st Century, reviews some of the changing ways that patients are entering and engaging […]

by Alex Lennox-Miller | February 25, 2019

HIMSS’19: Real Value in Telehealth and Virtual Care

This is the second in a series of blog posts recapping HIMSS’19; you can read all our coverage here.   My […]

by Brian Eastwood | March 26, 2018

As Telehealth Tech Matures, Can Providers Catch Up?

HIMSS18 offered evidence that the telehealth market is beginning to mature, but it remains to be seen if providers are […]

by Brian Eastwood | July 11, 2016

Finally, Some Concrete Use Cases for Telehealth

A recent report has gone great lengths to explain how and to what extent telehealth can improve outcomes, and it […]

by ndrao | January 21, 2016

3 Real-World Reasons the Scripps Study Failed

Results from the Scripps study failed to show an impact on remote monitoring inteventions. We think that this news speaks the broader failure of the health IT industry, researchers, and clinicians to design patient-centered models of care. The worst part is – that could be the easiest piece of the puzzle.

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