Scott Rifkin, MD, has more than 30 years of experience in the practice of internal medicine and clinical healthcare management. He earned his medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine, is certified in Internal Medicine and practiced medicine in Maryland for 20 years. In addition, Scott Rifkin, MD, served as the emergency medical director to numerous SNFs looking for assistance in various quality of care issues, and founded, which was sold to Essential Group, Inc.

Scott Rifkin, MD, serves on the Board of the Baltimore Zoo, the Health Facilities Association of Maryland and the Pennsylvania Health Care Association.

Scott Rifkin, MD, is the Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Scott Rifkin, MD, founded in September 1998 when it became an anchor tenant on the America Online Health Channel (keyword: AmDoc). The Web site was launched in March 1999 and has since become one the most recognized health information destinations on the Internet. Scott Rifkin, MD, is a native of the Baltimore area where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of Maryland’s Baltimore County Campus. He graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine. Currently Scott Rifkin, MD, is the founder and Chairman of Inc. He is certified in Internal Medicine and has a private practice in Owings Mills, Maryland. Scott Rifkin, MD, has been named as a ‘Top Doc’ by Baltimore Magazine, serves on the editorial board of Physician Practice Digest, and is a frequent speaker at regional and national events.

Dr. Scott Rifkin, the co-founder and CEO of Mid-Atlantic Health Care LLC, has been named publisher of JMore. Rifkin is CEO of Mid-Atlantic Health Care, a Timonium-based company that operates 21 skilled nursing facilities in the region. He said the technology behind Real Time Medical was developed and tested within the Mid-Atlantic Health Care system, before being spun out into a startup four and half years ago. Provider Partners Health Plan provides Medicare insurance for skilled nursing patients. The company rewards operators who provide better care with improved revenue. Better care leads to lower hospital usage and lower costs. Operators that participate improve their care demonstrably.