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How Moxe is Helping Organizations Achieve Value-Based Care

The latest data from CMS is disheartening. It shows that U.S. healthcare spending in 2020 was over $4 trillion—more than $12,530 per person and still growing. That’s about 20% of our nation’s Gross Domestic Product, a number well above that of many other...

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21st Century Cures and Information Blocking: Is Your Provider Organization Ready?

Look at the contents of anyone’s smartphone and you’ll get a picture of just how much we’ve come to not only rely on apps, but also trust them. 

We share our location with our weather app so it can give us an up-to-date, personalized forecast. In just a...

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21st Century Cures and the CMS Interoperability Rule: What’s Next for Health Plans?

We at Moxe have been closely following the 21st Century Cures Act since its fledgling days in Congress in 2015 to when it was eventually enacted on Dec. 13, 2016 — one of the last pieces of legislation President Obama signed into law.

A lot has happened...

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Sarah Kliff: An Author’s Voice in Policy Reporting

This is part 3 of Moxe’s conversation with Sarah Kliff. Find part 2 here.

Even when the word “I” doesn’t appear, “I think all of our writers have voices,” says Sarah Kliff, senior editor at Vox.com, and perhaps the nation’s leading reporter on healthcare...

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Sarah Kliff: Why healthcare IT gets little mainstream media

This is part 2 of Moxe’s conversation with Sarah Kliff. Find part 1 here.

Sarah Kliff is perhaps the nation’s leading healthcare reporter. She’s a veteran of Vox.com, Newsweek and The Washington Post, and has appeared as an expert commentator on PBS,...

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Sarah Kliff Holds Healthcare Feet to Fire with “Dumb Questions”

Last winter, Moxe had the good fortune to interview Sarah Kliff, perhaps the nation’s leading reporter on healthcare policy, and the last one to interview President Obama before he left office. (She sits left in the photo.)

“The interview actually ran...

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HIT and Mental Health

The Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Fla., is a challenge to medicine. All of us must address it, even – or especially – those of us in HIT.

Only 35.7 percent of patients accessed some form of mental health treatment within 90 days of diagnosis,...

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