Moore, John

Doc and patient with tablet
By 10:36 am September 15, 2015
Will Apple's new iPad design, meant to be the new "PC replacement" appeal to the healthcare crowd? The jury is still out.
By 10:33 am May 27, 2014
Despite hospitals and physicians being given a more flexible time frame for participating in the next phase of meaningful use, the backlash against the federal EHR Incentive Program and EHRs in general continues.
By 12:00 am January 20, 2014
"It's not their fault!" says Derek Kosiorek, principal in the Healthcare Consulting Group of the Medical Group Management Association.
Stimilus package, meaningful use has been good for business.
By 07:25 am December 31, 2013
In an eventful 10 years for healthcare, meaningful use made an unmistakable mark as vendors large and small took advantage of an unprecedented opportunity. As one observer puts it: "Obama's stimulus was the catalyst that lit this industry up five years ago. We haven't looked back since."
By 12:00 am December 20, 2013
Remember the old days? Way back before 2009? Healthcare had some catching up to do. But no one quite knew just how to do it.
By 12:00 am December 20, 2013
What a difference a decade makes. Once flying high, back in 2004 and in subsequent years, EHR company Allscripts today seems to be working overtime to keep up with Wall Street expectations.
By 12:00 am November 10, 2013
The next big thing may very well come in the form of clinical data analytics, new report findings suggest.
By 10:25 am August 27, 2013
The clinical data analytics market is about to get red hot, as new payment models and the sheer amount of clinical data contained in electronic health records have more and more healthcare groups looking to analytics solutions.
By 03:58 pm July 31, 2013
New care and payment models are compelling healthcare provider organizations to seek health information exchange solutions to help manage shared payment risk and joint responsibility for patient and population outcomes, according to a new report from Chilmark Research.
By 11:45 am October 02, 2012
Health insurers are embracing social media, mobile health applications and even games as they position themselves for accountable care and try to encourage their members to take more interest in their wellness, according to a recent report from Chilmark Research.

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