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  1. Dr. Scott Rifkin

  2. Dr. Scott Rifkin, MD, graduated from the University Of George Washington School Of Medicine in 1985 with a specialization in internal medicine. He later joined the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology as an outstanding alumnus in 1995. He is a well-known businessman and healthcare innovator with an experience of over 25 years as a doctor and a manager in healthcare. Besides founding and chairing Provider Partners Health Care, he established and is a co-manager at Mid-Atlantic Health Care (MAHC), a contemporary post-acute care organization that oversees one of the biggest chains of the region's nursing homes. Presently, Scott Rifkin is the proprietor and chairs AmericasDoctor.com Inc., an online health information service. The website has become a famous destination for health information since its launch in 1999 and has filed for an Initial Public Offer (IPO) and aims to raise $60 million. He is the founder and works as the CEO of Mid-Atlantic Health Care (MAHC), LLC, which offers nursing and rehabilitation in Maryland and Pennsylvania and manages the activities of Mid-Atlantic 21 facilities. In his tenure, the company fostered relationships with health facilities and givers of skilled care to boost the health and well-being public in general. This includes concentrating on creative approaches to minimize needless re-admissions and take the sick to a home environment when required.

  3. JMore, a magazine for Jewish communities residing Baltimore and Howard, declared Scott, a publisher. Maryland Jewish media, established by Scott, publishes the magazine, in addition to the (jmoreliving.com) website and social media platforms for the Jews. It is anticipated that JMore will have nine permanent employees and 20 temporary reporters and writers. Besides, Scott founded the Board of Provider Partners Health Plan, Inc. (PPHP) and the Chairman of the board today. PPHP is operational in Maryland and PA where it develops and manages Advantage plans christened Institutional Special Needs Plans (ISNPs) as well as the Five Star Physician Services, LLC, which supplies competent and experienced medical personnel to post-acute and extended period care facilities. Additionally, PPHP offers Medicare cover to patients of skilled nursing and rewards caregivers with excellent performance. Good care reduces hospital utilization and cuts on expenses while improving the skills of participating operators. Furthermore, Scott Rifkin established Real-Time Medical Systems (RTMS), a revolutionary provider of medical data mining software. RTMS offers a straightforward platform for use by hospitals, insurers, and institutions of skilled nursing, facilitating a significant fall in their admissions. Daily use of EMR allows us to handle substantial modifications and mitigate health challenges. Our associates have witnessed a reduction of 25-50% in hospitalizations. We currently work for more than 500 SNFs and health facilities in the US.

  4. After Scott Rifkin established MAHC in 2003, he has started three new businesses with an affiliation to Mid-Atlantic Health Care. National Post-Acute Healthcare, which oversees programs of bundled payments and is the legit convener for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (“CMMI”)’s Model 3 Payments for Care Improvement Program (‘BPCI”). Additionally, the organization makes and oversees networks for post-acute SNF for hospital systems. RTMS develops predictive investigation and tools to support decisions that offer a data-supported explanation to decision-makers in clinics and care givers-enabling progress and profit for nursing bodies, a move which Scott Rifkin says is personal.