Scott Rifkin has been working in the internal medicine field and managing healthcare clinics for over 30 years. He received his degree in medicine from the school of medicine of George Washington University, has internal medicine certification, and for 20 years practiced medicine in Maryland. Besides, Scott Rifkin has worked as an emergency medicine doctor for several SNFs seeking help on different issues of quality care and established AmericasDoctor.com, Inc.
A prominent entrepreneur and a healthcare innovator, Scott Rifkin, MD, have experience of more than 25 years as a doctor and a manager in healthcare. Besides establishing and working as the Providers Partners Health Care chairman, he is the creator and controlling associate of Mid-Atlantic Health Care (MAHC), a contemporary post-acute care company that has and manages one of the biggest nursing home chains in the area.
Additionally, Scott Rifkin established Real Time Medical Systems, an advanced provider of software for medical data mining, and five-star physicians, which give nursing facilities highly qualified healthcare providers. Scott Rifkin is an alumnus of both Maryland Baltimore County University and the Medical University of George Washington.
Dr. Scott Rifkin, a business person and a doctor, the co-founder and Mid-Atlantic Health Care LLC CEO, has been christened JMore publisher, a magazine for communities of Jews residing in the counties of Baltimore and Howard. The Maryland Jewish media produces the magazine, a new multimedia company formed by Rifkin, which provides the monthly magazine, a website (jmoreliving.com), and social media venues that assist the Jewish population in the region of Baltimore. It is anticipated that Jmore will have nine full-time employees in addition to twenty freelance writers and reporters. Mid-Atlantic Health Care has 21 experienced and facilities for rehabilitation in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
A famous business person and a Healthcare innovator, Scott has achieved over 25 years of experience as a doctor and a manager in healthcare. Besides Scott creating and working as a managing chairman of Real-Time Medical Systems, he established and was a managing associate of Mid-Atlantic Health Care, LLC (MAHC), during 2003- 2017.
MAHC had the ownership and controlled 21 centers of skilled nursing with 4000 bed capacity in Maryland and Pennsylvania. MAHC set a national trend in creating a system of care that focused on risks. The company had an approximate annual revenue of $400 million, and in 2017, it was sold at 200% of its cost of acquisition.
Additionally, Scott is the creator and chairman of the Board of Provider Partners Health Plan, Inc. (PPHP). The company offers and manages beneficial policy called Institutional Special Needs Plan (ISNP) in both Maryland and PA; and services of Five Star Physicians, LLC, that offers excellent practitioners of medicine to extreme cases and institutions for prolonged attention. Ernst and Young Entrepreneur chose Scott Rifkin as an entrepreneur of the year in 2017.
In his co-founding and CEO position, Scott Rifkin manages the activities of the 21 skilled care nursing institutions of Mid-Atlantic Health Care. His leadership has led to Mid-Atlantic creating relationships with Hospitals and experienced caregivers to boost the health outcome of patients and the health of the population in general. This entails focusing on creative strategies to lower the unnecessary hospital re-admissions and patients returning to a home setting where possible.
From the time of establishing Mid-Atlantic Health Care in 2003, Scott Rifkin has developed three new companies that have an affiliation with Mid-Atlantic Healthcare. National Post-Acute Healthcare handles accumulated plans for payment. It is the official convener for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (“CMMI”)’s Model 3 Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Program (‘BPCI”).
Additionally, the firm makes and oversees hospital network systems for post-acute SNF. Five Star Physicians Services has 50 provider employees who offer services to institutions of skilled nursing.
Finally, Real-Time Medical Systems (RTMS) develops predictive analysis and mechanisms that support opinions to produce data-driven, analytical judgment to decision-makers in clinics and caregivers- guaranteeing progress and financial profits to institutions of skilled nursing.
Scott Rifkin is a board member of the Baltimore Zoo, Association of Health institutions in Maryland, and the Pennsylvania Healthcare Association.