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Kent Gale Blog 4

Speed to sharing patient records: Is there a silver bullet? Where does CommonWell fit?

Feb 1, 2016

When rating CommonWell’s future value, the over 240 provider organizations and 13 industry-leading EMR vendors had much different perspectives from each other.


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Kent Gale Blog Connectivity

Connectivity: Where does the rubber meet the road? A closer look at eHealth Exchange (The Sequoia Project)

Jan 25, 2016

Real measurement of patient record sharing brings clarity to what is actually happening. Public statements by collaboration leaders and vendor sponsors, however well intended, can create distrust if shown to be inaccurate. Excited announcements referring to hundreds of customers leaves a sense of great success when those customers have yet to go live with the solution and enjoy the benefit.


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Kent Gale Interoperability Blog

Interoperability—It starts with the EMR vendors . . . Who’s in the game?

Jan 18, 2016

Hundreds of EMR/EHR vendors are government certified, and as the origin of the patient record, they are expected to be interoperable. KLAS invited 12 prolific EMR/EHR vendors to attend the Keystone Summit to test, evaluate, and modify an interoperability questionnaire originally built by a group of provider experts KLAS called the fantastic four.


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Part of Long-Term Plans (Quadrant) PHM Blog

What It Means to Be a Successful Population Health Management Vendor in 2016

Jan 13, 2016

In an emerging market, being a good vendor doesn’t mean being perfect right out of the gate or right out of the box. In many ways, that’s impossible now; not only are solutions in the process of maturing, but providers themselves are still figuring out what PHM means for them—and discovering that it’s a moving target.


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