by Robert King |
The Trump administration has proposed new exemptions and safe harbors to the Stark Law and anti-kickback statute to spur more physicians and healthcare facilities into value-based care arrangements.
InXite Health Systems and Clan-Destine partner to promote Health Care reform for all Native Americans
Phoenix, Arizona— October 13th — InXite Health Systems is excited to announce a partnership with international recording artists Clan-Destine Clan-Destine has defined the sound of Native American popular music for over a decade, mixing vocal chants, flutes, a tribal drum, and the ideals of their Native American heritage with modern genres such as rock, pop, blues and reggae. Their image, […]
InXite Health Systems and the Native Health Initiative begin the modernization of the Navajo Health Care System
Shiprock New Mexico— October 3rd-6th — The Team at InXite Health systems began the process of introducing value-based care to the Navajo. The team including CEO James Paat spent a week on the reservation, meeting with Congressional candidate Dineh Benally, and international rock sensation Clan-Destine. Working directly with the Navajo people, […]
InXite Health System has created the Get Involved Campaign to properly educate the world on the opioid epidemic, mental health, diabetes, cancer, and much more.
This week we are using #GetInvolvedCampaign to scope in on mental health!
Photo via Get Involved Campaign
It’s okay not to be okay. If you are concerned or simply curious […]
In February 2019, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed new regulations to advance interoperability across key sectors of our nation’s health care system and empower patients and their caregivers with easier access to their personal health information. The […]
InXite Health Systems CEO, James Paat, shares how technology can help turn the tide when it comes to the opioid crisis.
InXite Health Systems CEO, James Paat, was a guest on an important forum held at Cedarville University that included along with Mr. Paat; InXite Health Systems Chief Pharmacy Officer and Cedarville […]