Josh Rubin

Josh Rubin provides consultation, strategic planning, analysis, and technical assistance to health care purchasers, providers, platforms, and regulators with a special focus on behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and child welfare service providers. Josh’s specializations include facilitating strategic planning and merger negotiations, supporting the conversion to value-based purchasing arrangements, the development of independent practice … Read More

Jon Rubin

Jon Rubin is a human services leader with over 20 years of experience in strategic planning, identifying and analyzing problems, and implementing plans while systemically evaluating progress and impact of efforts. Prior to joining HMA, Jon was deputy secretary of the Office of Children, Youth and Family (OCYF) with the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services … Read More

Report examines the value of community behavioral health providers and their networks

A recent report examines the importance of behavioral healthcare (BH) and its ability to improve outcomes and reduce costs when integrated in meaningful ways with medical services, especially primary care. An HMA team of behavioral health experts, including Annalisa Baker, Ann Filiault and Josh Rubin, published the report, The Value of Community Behavioral Health Providers … Read More

Webinar Replay: Merger Readiness – What Behavioral Health Providers and CBOs Need to Know Before Considering a Healthcare Merger

On May 10, 2017, HMA Information Services hosted the webinar, “Merger Readiness: What Behavioral Health Providers and CBOs Need to Know Before Considering a Healthcare Merger.” Behavioral health providers and community-based organizations increasingly face an important decision.  Can they continue to go it alone? Or is it time to consider merging with another entity to … Read More