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Jan 26, 2017

6 predictions for healthcare in 2017 – what you need to know. Our January 2017 Healthcare Market Update

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Dear Clients and Friends, Click here for our January 2017 HIT Market Update. It is a new year. Time again to take out our crystal ball and share our top predictions for 2017. In keeping with our tradition, we have tried to think beyond some of the headlines such as the repeal of Obamacare and how that could slow down IT adoption. Instead we have attempted to enumerate the more subtle shifts that could impact the most active sectors for capital raising and M&A. AI will move beyond the brute force of using lots of processors and large memories. The…

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Nov 29, 2016

A Few Suggestions for Our New President – November 2016 Healthcare IT Market Update

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Dear Clients and Friends, Click HERE for the November 2016 Healthcare IT Review. Much has been written about “TrumpCare”- the successor to Obamacare – and what the new administration may or may not do with the ACA and Medicare/Medicaid programs. Rather than speculating about specific provisions, we would like to offer a few suggestions regarding the importance of the emerging industry standards. MIPS (Merit-based Incentive Payment Systems) aimed chiefly at ambulatory providers and MACRA (Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015), which establishes new ways to pay physicians for caring for Medicare beneficiaries, are both good ideas and we…

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Oct 31, 2016

Can Blockchains save our healthcare system? Our October 2016 HIT Market Update

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Dear Clients and Friends, Click HERE for the October 2016 Healthcare IT Review. In the early 1980’s, corporate executives at IBM and AT&T predicted that global demand for personal computers would top 1,000 units and there will only be 2,000 subscribers for wireless phones. The world is a different place now. And yet, we hear echoes from the past where sceptics in our industry say change will come slowly and incrementally, if at all. Healthcare, they claim, is different and it would be difficult to make sweeping changes to the industry quickly. But the reality is different. Not only is change…

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Aug 26, 2016

Rational expectations (mostly) continue driving info tech M&A values upward.

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The US equity markets are now officially in the midst of the second longest continuous rise ever – and they just keep on ticking. It’s been more than 2,700 calendar days since the 2009 bottom – without a 20% pull back. Can it continue? Can we surpass the to 3,452 day bull market that ended with the tech market crash in 2000? Maybe we can – at least in the dozen+ sectors of the information-technology industry that we follow and sometimes lead. Every week, we talk to the CEOs, Board members, investors and others connected with a wide range of…

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Jul 13, 2016

A Shifting Landscape at the Nexus of HIT and Fintech

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The first half of 2016 was the strongest on record for digital health companies. According to StartUp Health, there was nearly $4 billion invested in over 150 early stage deals. For 1H16, the top digital health investment category was patient/consumer experience at $958 million, or nearly 25% of invested capital. StartUp Health notes that over 7,600 startups around the world are working on digital health. And that’s just the startups.

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