Nathalie Moise, MD, MS

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Overview

Nathalie Moise, MD, MS received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and completed medical school at Mount Sinai School of Medicine before completing her residency and general internal medicine fellowship at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia University Irving Medical Center. She went on to receive an MS in epidemiology from Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and a Certificate in Implementation Science from UCSF. She is currently a physician scientist at the Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health and PI several grants, including 2 R01s (NIH/AHRQ) focused on using informatics approaches to improve the implementation of team based care at the intersection of chronic cardiovascular disease and mental illness.

Areas of Expertise / Conditions Treated

  • Allergic Rhinitis
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Diabetes
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Musculoskeletal Pain
  • Obesity

Academic Appointments

  • Florence Irving Associate Professor of Medicine

Administrative Titles

  • Associate Director of the Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Service
  • Director of Implementation Science Research, Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health

Hospital Affiliations

  • NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Languages

  • Spanish

Gender

  • Female

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Aetna

  • Aetna Signature Administrators
  • EPO
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • NYP Employee Plan
  • NY Signature
  • POS
  • PPO

Cigna

  • EPO
  • Great West (National)
  • HMO
  • POS
  • PPO

Emblem/GHI

  • Medicare Managed Care
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Emblem/HIP

  • ConnectiCare
  • EPO
  • Essential Plan
  • HMO
  • Medicaid Managed Care
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • POS
  • PPO
  • Select Care (Exchange)
  • Vytra

Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield

  • EPO
  • HMO

Local 1199

  • Local 1199

MagnaCare (National)

  • MagnaCare

Medicare

  • Railroad
  • Traditional Medicare

Multiplan

  • Multiplan

Oxford Health Plans

  • Freedom
  • Liberty

RiverSpring

  • Special Needs

UnitedHealthcare

  • Compass (Exchange)
  • Empire Plan
  • HMO
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • POS
  • PPO

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Credentials & Experience

Education & Training

  • Internship: 2011 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
  • Residency: 2013 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine

Honors & Awards

  • 2020 Ferrer Scholar Award
  • 2019 Irving Scholar
  • 2016 Columbia University Provost’ Grant Program for Junior Faculty
  • 2016 New York State Office of Mental Health Policy Scholar
  • 2016 COSMO Humanism in Medicine Award
  • 2016 SGIM Hamolsky Award Finalist for Young Investigators
  • 2015 NIH Research in Implementation Science for Equity Scholar
  • 2015 Finalist, AHA Jeremiah and Rose Stamler Research Award
  • 2014 AHA 10-day Epidemiology Seminar, selected nationally
  • 2013 Gold Foundation’s Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Awards-Circle of Excellence
  • 2013 Columbia Presbyterian Resident Professionalism Award

Research

Implementation science at the intersection between depression and mental illness.

Dr. Moise's primary research focus is in implementation science methodology with an interest in 'clinical inertia' as it relates to depression treatment and hypertension guideline implementation. She is the PI of an AHRQ R01 using informatics to implement depression treatment in primary care settings, PI (NIH/NHLBI) of a hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial of depression treatment in post-ACS patients, site PI of an NIH/NHLBI R01 on depression screening following acute coronary syndrome events, and Co-I of an AHRQ R01 on implementing ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.

Research Interests

  • Clinical Inertia
  • Depression in heart disease
  • Hypertension control
  • implementation science strategies

Grants

  • 2020-2022 U19 MH113203-S1 Wainberg, Moise (PI) NIH/NIMH
  • 2020-2025 1R01CA247790-01 Hur (PI) NIH/NCI
  • 2020-20231R01HL141609-03S1 Moise (PI)NHLBI/NIH
  • 2018-2023 1R01HL141609-01 Moise (PI) NHLBI
  • 2017-2022 1R01HS025198-01A1 Moise (PI) AHRQ
  • 2015-2020 1R01HS024262-01 Kronish (PI). AHRQ
  • 2015-2018 ME-1403-12304 Moise (PI) PCORI
  • 2015-2018 R01 HL114924 Davidson/Kronish (PI) NIH/NHLBI
  • 2015-2018 Office of Provost Moise (PI)

Selected Publications

  1. Ye S, Hiura G, Fleck E, Garcia A, Geleris J, Lee P, Liyanage-Don N, Moise N, Schluger N, Singer J, Sibieszczyk M, Sun Y, West H, Kronish IM. Hospital Readmissions after Implementation of a Discharge Care Program for Patients with COVID-19 Illness. J Gen Intern Med. In press.
  2. Odlum M, Moise N, Kronish IM, Broadwell P, Alcántara C, Davis, NJ, Cheung YKK., Perotte A, Yoon S. Trends in Poor Health Indicators among Black and Hispanic Middle-aged and Older Adults in the United States, 1999-2018, PMC: NIHMSID1629267. JAMA network open. 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.25134. In Press.
  3. *Ye S, Kronish I, Fleck E, Fleischut P, Homa S, Masini D, Moise N. Telemedicine Expansion During the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Potential for Technology-Driven Disparities. Journal of General Internal Medicine. In press.
  4. Liyanage-Don N, Birk J, Cornelius T, Sanchez G, Moise N, Edmondson D, Kronish IM. Medications as traumatic reminders in patients with stroke/TIA-induced PTSD. Stroke, In press
  5. *Bryant KB, Jannat-Khah JP, Cornelius TM,Khodneva Y,Richman J, Fleck EM,Torres-Deas LM,Safford MM,Moise N.Time-Varying depressive symptoms, cardiovascular and all-cause mortality: does the risk vary by age or gender.Journal of American HealthAssociation,In press
  6. *Dong M, Florez Salamanca L, Medina V, Firpo-Greenwood JY, Carter E, Malhotra S, Moise N. Patient-level barriers and facilitators to sustaining collaborative care programs in disadvantaged settings: A qualitative study. General Hospital Psychiatry, In Press