Beyond the Portal: Technology for Improved Consumer Engagement

I will be hosting a webinar on December 14th to coincide with the release of my latest, free report on this topic. This webinar is free and open to the public. Please join us by registering here. A critical element of business

The annual Cerner Health Conference (CHC16) held last week in Kansas City provided an excellent opportunity to gauge current population health strategies, challenges, and implementation status of both Cerner and their clients. The conference was unexpectedly touching, as well. Key Takeaways

I prepared last Thursday’s webinar with no idea how the election would turn out. As it happens, few – if any – in the pundit class knew either. And while there are many changes likely coming to healthcare as a result

Earlier this week I attended ATLAS, the Annual Thought Leadership on Access Symposium organized by Kyruus. The event brought together healthcare policy experts as well as healthcare organization (HCO) leaders who are driving efforts to improve patient access to care.

After a brutal election cycle, we are now on the other-side. The Republicans have taken control of the Hill and the White House. The many healthcare programs rolled-out under the Obama administration will now be put under the microscope. While

At the recent Health 2.0 event in Santa Clara, Douglas Goldstein, eFuturist, caught up with our founder and Managing Partner to debrief on the event and some of the major trends currently affecting the healthcare industry and health IT adoption.

Despite changes to how we pay for care, the real costs of providing care continue to go up. One way or another, everybody pays for these increases in the form of higher taxes, fewer jobs, lower net wages, increased debt,

Having attended my fair share of healthcare IT conferences through the years, I’ve learned to separate the signal from the noise much like scientists searching for signs of intelligent alien life. In doing so, I have learned that healthcare is innovating

A September 16 2016 Bloomberg report once again provides the bad news for the US healthcare system, ranking it among the least efficient healthcare systems -50 of 55 countries surveyed in 2014. Despite the plethora of new regulations, payment models, technology mandates

PTO is a glorious thing, to have time to breathe, to step back, to actually think and reflect. It was in that “PTO Opportunity Moment” that I made a decision to make a major career change. The lion’s share of

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