Robert A. Rosenbloom, J.D., Vice President, Legal Affairs and City Contracts

Robert Rosenbloom

 

Mr. Rosenbloom has been with NYCHSRO/MedReview since 1995 where he supervises all legal activities, administers the New York City Human Resources Administration’s (HRA’s) Home Care Review Program and the Adult Protective Services Review contract. He supervises more than 175 staff members, including more than 50 clerical level staff members, 28 physicians and 100 Registered Nurses as well as three Program Directors. In addition, Mr. Rosenbloom supervises NYCHSRO/MedReview’s contracts with HRA to audit the WeCARE program, the contract to perform retrospective utilization review for the New York City Office of Labor Relations and the contract to perform retrospective utilization and QARR review for MetroPlus.

His responsibilities include developing, negotiating and managing a budget in excess of $15 million annually, monitoring statistical reports on timeliness of performance and other contract compliance factors, assisting in developing and implementing a Home Care Review training program and interacting with New York City Commissioners and other supervisory staff in the Home Care Services Program. Mr. Rosenbloom also monitors the organization’s compliance with confidentiality and other statutory and regulatory requirements critical to medical record review.

Mr. Rosenbloom previously served as special counsel to the New York City Home Care Services Program for nine years and as counsel to HRA for Medicaid and social services law. He represented the New York City Department of Social Services in Article 78 Litigation, in New York State Fair Hearings and in Class Action Litigation involving Public Assistance, Medicaid and Home Care benefits. He also supervised all New York City Home Care litigation and supervised a unit of attorneys providing counsel to Adult Protective Services field offices, which provide assistance to individuals unable to meet essential needs due to mental or physical impairments.

Mr. Rosenbloom also served as associate counsel at the law firms of Bernstein, Weiss, et al., and Burke and Parsons in New York City. He received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law, is an active member of the National Health Lawyers Association and participates in its Long Term Care section activities.