health information technology
Chilmark Research is an independent analyst firm that surveys the healthcare IT market. With a clean design and clear writing, its new website positions Chilmark Research as an industry thought leader. I managed the project, rewrote much of the copy, and helped roll it all out.
Second Time Around, Boulder Community Hospital Knew What It Wanted in an EHR (pdf download)
Greenway, December 2012
Boulder Community Hospital used PrimeSUITE, Greenway’s electronic health record software to demonstrate meaningful use and gear up for interoperability.
Payer Adoption of Emerging Consumer Tech (editor)
Chilmark Research, August 2012
Healthcare reform has changed the game for health insurers. With individuals, not just employer groups signing on as members, health insurers must now become experts in promoting wellness. This comprehensive reports looks at more than 40 initiatives that use mobile apps and social media to promote healthy behaviors.
2012 HIE Market Report: Analysis & Trends of the Health Information Exchange Market (editor)
Chilmark Research, May 2012
Three years after HITECH and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act infused the healthcare industry with financial incentives, the market for health information exchange technology is booming. The big news with all this growth is what a small role the HITECH Act played in the past year’s developments, and how rapidly the market is changing.
Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative (MAeHC)
The Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative is a non-profit service provider committed to improving healthcare through the meaningful adoption of health IT. The organization’s new website provides a friendly, well-organized introduction to its strong history and track record.
Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire
After its successful launch by the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative in 2010, the Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire needed a modern website to establish itself firmly in the minds of the 1,000+ physicians it serves.
iDASH, University of California-San Diego
This research project aimed at demystifying informed consent so patients who are asked to participate in clinical studies understand what they are signing up for. I rewrote a complicated, multi-page form for an eighth-grade reading level and helped adapt it for an iPad.
Setting the Stage to Support the Continuum of Care
Dearborn Advisors, LLC, September 2010
Dearborn Advisors helped Bronson Healthcare Group select an HIT system based on patient care and avoid the usual chaos of vendor selection. This case study tells the story.
From Chaos to Change: The Evolving Role of the CMIO
Dearborn Advisors, LLC, April 2010
Dearborn hosted a roundtable discussion on the evolving role of the chief medical information officer —
I wrote up the proceedings in reader-friendly language. Dearborn used this document as part of its successful application to present at the 2010 CHIME Fall CIO Forum.
Sunrise Medication Management
Eclipsys, July 2008
Can technology reduce medication errors? This 4-page brochure showcases Eclipsys software and how it helps remove points of failure that often lead to life-threatening errors.
Springhill Medical Center
Eclipsys, October 2008
Eclipsys needed to redesign its standard case study template. I worked closely with a designer to present the story so that even harried executives would take notice.
Eclipsys, October 2007
This 12-page brochure launched a major software upgrade, rolled out a new company logo and introduced a revamped product-naming structure. We did the bulk of the writing and design work in less than a week.