From 1998-2000, Dr. Rubin served as President of Millennium Healthcare, a skilled nursing and assisted living provider in Bergen County, NJ, and the predecessor entity to Care One/Healthbridge, which he co-founded. As a managing principal for 12 years, Dr. Rubin variously oversaw Operations, Clinical Services, Clinical Reimbursement, Provider Relationships for an enterprise that eventually grew to over $1 Billion in revenue. In that capacity, the SNF, ALF, and LTACH facility businesses (representing over 75 facilities) reported to Dr. Rubin, as well as the ancillary Hospice, Institutional Pharmacy, and Home Health business lines. Dr. Rubin also developed the first LTACH (long term acute care hospital) in the state of New Jersey.
At CareOne/HealthBridge, Dr. Rubin drove the development of the clinical operating policies and procedures and their highly regarded Clinical Services Department. He was a member of the Executive Management Committee and Corporate Compliance Committee. Dr. Rubin was the first provider of post acute services to serve on the NJ Hospital Association Health, Research, and Education Trust Board and he also sat on the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation Board. Under Dr. Rubin’s leadership, CareOne/Healthbridge participated in collaborative projects with various healthcare entities such as acute-care providers (i.e. hospitals), Hearthstone Alzheimer Care and Joslin Diabetes Center, Connecticut DPH (the QIS pilot project) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (STRIVE study).
Prior to joining the Care One/HealthBridge, Dr. Rubin was in private practice for 15 years in New York as a practicing Endodontist. Dr. Rubin graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School with a D.M.D., received a certificate of Endodontics from NYU, and was Associate Clinical Instructor at New York University SDM from 1984 through 1987.