Andrew Rubin Vice President for Medical Center Clinical Affairs for NYU Langone Medical Center

Vice President for Medical Center Clinical Affairs and Affiliates for NYU Langone Medical Center, and Host of HealthCare Connect on Sirius Satellite / XM Radio

Andrew Rubin is an expert on the business of healthcare, from the controversial national debate over healthcare reform to the use of electronic medical records. He sheds light on all aspects of the healthcare delivery system and industry. He is a frequent guest on NBC’s “Today Show,” CNN, Fox News Channel and several syndicated talk shows.

Mr. Rubin’s distinct voice on healthcare also can be heard weekly on his Sirius Satellite/XM radio show, “HealthCare Connect,” during which he helps his audience navigate and understand our complex healthcare/health insurance industry. On “HealthCare Connect,” Mr. Rubin addresses listeners’ calls and emails regarding the choosing and managing of health insurance coverage, understanding medical claims, co-pays and deductibles, networks, partial coverage, referrals and accessing the healthcare system. Guests on his show have included United States Senators, news anchors and healthcare industry leaders.

For the past 10 years, Mr. Rubin has served as Vice President for Medical Center Clinical Affairs and Affiliates for NYU Langone Medical Center. Formerly the youngest dean at the NYU School of Medicine, Mr. Rubin is operationally responsible for the NYU Langone Medical Center physician organization (Faculty Group Practice), overseeing more than 900 physicians and a budget of more than three quarters of a billion dollars. Additionally, he oversees the NYU Affiliation contracts with the NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation, as well as several ambulatory divisions of NYU Langone Medical Center.

Prior to joining NYU Langone Medical Center, Mr. Rubin was a manager in the Healthcare Consulting Division of Price Waterhouse. He received a bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College and a master’s degree in health administration from Tulane University.

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