Ben Moscovitch manages Pew’s efforts to improve the safety of electronic health records and enhance the exchange of information so health care providers and patients have the data they need to make informed decisions. This work will help advance efforts to ensure that the design, implementation, and use of EHRs do not contribute to unintended harm, and that they can be used to improve care. Previously, Moscovitch worked on Pew’s medical devices project, advancing policy reforms to support innovation, patient safety, and quality improvement.
Before joining Pew, Moscovitch was a public policy communications officer for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. He also previously worked as a journalist, covering medical product regulation and legislation.
Moscovitch received a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgetown University and master’s in Middle Eastern history from Tel Aviv University.