After nearly 15 years in the manufacturing sector advising some of the largest global manufacturing companies on IT adoption and deployment strategies, John Moore felt that the most vexing issues in this sector had been largely addressed. He became restless and sought new opportunities with new challenges. After nearly a year of research, he chose healthcare as his next target and launched Chilmark Research in 2007.
From those humble beginnings, John has built Chilmark Research into a respected analyst firm that provides market-leading coverage of the most transformative sectors of healthcare IT, including health information exchanges, patient-provider engagement strategies, healthcare analytics, and remote monitoring. Of great personal interest to John is the role that the consumer will ultimately play in the rapidly evolving healthcare market. An accomplished speaker, John has made numerous presentations on current and future IT trends and their impact to markets. He has been widely quoted in numerous publications, including AMA News, Baseline, CIO, ComputerWorld, eWeek, Forbes, Health Data Management, InformationWeek, Investors Business Daily, US News & World Report, Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal.”
With the migration to value-based care (VBC), increasingly, providers and payers will need to collaborate and converge to achieve successful clinical and financial outcomes. Yet today, these two sectors operate with entirely different technology stacks and the points of convergence between these stacks is nominal. In his presentation, John will present some of Chilmark’s latest research on how providers and payers who are on the path to convergence are beginning to establish deeper data sharing partnerships to support strategic clinical and financial objectives. John will then reflect upon the broader analytics sector providing a forecast as to how the market will develop over the next several years and how organizations should prepare for the inevitable changes to come.
Built on the core belief that healthcare information technology (HIT) plays a crucial role in improving the quality and efficiency of care, Chilmark fosters the effective adoption, deployment, and use of HIT by providing objective, high-quality research into technologies with the greatest potential to improve care. Using a pragmatic, evidence-based research methodology with a strong emphasis on primary research and objectivity, Chilmark provides healthcare leaders the most in-depth and accurate portrait of the critical technology and adoption trends in the HIT sector.