Tag Archive: value based care

by Chilmark Team | July 26, 2018

The Growing Role of Social Determinants Data in Healthcare

By Paul Nardone, 2018 Research Intern Key Takeaways: Healthcare stakeholders recognize a social determinant of health when they see it, […]

by Brian Murphy | February 16, 2018

PHM Market Trends Report Coming Before HIMSS

Key Takeaway PHM products are maturing in spite of uncertainty about payment system. The Chilmark Research 2018 Population Health Management […]

by Janice Young | September 07, 2017

Managing Data in a Converging Healthcare Market

This post originally appeared on the blog for our upcoming Convergence 2017 conference. 

In a recent blog, I observed an emerging convergence trend – that of the shared information platform. As providers and payers converge, they need to collaborate efficiently and accurately, particularly as they align on reimbursement strategies and population health management (PHM) programs.

by Jennifer Rogers | July 25, 2017

Prior Authorization: Productivity Sink In Dire Need of Convergence

Prior Authorization is often viewed as the poster child for throwing the Quadruple Aim off balance with its pursuit of […]

by John Moore | February 15, 2017

Top 7 Things to Look for at HIMSS17

The final countdown has begun. In a few short days I and the rest of the Chilmark Research team will make our annual pilgrimage to the big health IT confab, HIMSS17, to rub shoulders with some 45,000 of our closest friends.

by Jody Ranck | August 20, 2015

Emergence of Medicine-as-a-Service (Beyond the Pill)

The move to Value Based Care (VBC) is changing the relationships that pharma has historically had with both payers and providers. The growing chronic disease burden, rise of digital health and commoditization of many drug-disease areas is forcing a rethinking of the underlying pharmaceutical (pharma) business model.

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