Mr. Rosen has thirty years of professional experience in health care administration, multi-hospital system planning, business development and health care legislation, regulation and reimbursement. Rosen also served fifteen years as President and CEO of the Long Term Care Foundation, a nonprofit organization with over 1,000 nursing home and assisted living beds.
Rosen currently serves as Chief Executive Officer for Hospice of New York, a hospice serving New York and Nassau County. Prior to joining Hospice of New York, Rosen was General Partner in American Hospice Management, the first hospice management company in the United States. American Hospice Management provided management services to fifteen hospice organizations.
Rosen spent twelve years as Vice President of Planning and Operations for Methodist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida, where he conducted all planning and corporate development activities for the health system’s general hospital, substance abuse hospital, skilled nursing facility, hospice, home health agency, reference laboratory, ambulatory surgery center, educational center, occupational medicine clinic, intravenous therapy provider and durable medical equipment company.
Rosen also was Chair of the Licensure and Reimbursement Committee that was involved in the legislative effort which resulted in the passage of Medicare hospice coverage. Rosen has also held other administrative positions in home health agencies.
Rosen attended the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of California, Berkley before graduating with a Masters of Science in Allied Health – Health Care Administration from the University of North Florida.