After pursuing a career as a real estate agent and a restaurant owner, Carolyn M. Rubin decided to switch careers so that she could dedicate more time with her two children. One night, she witnessed a commercial for medical assistance and began seeking certifications in the field. From 2001 until 2006, Ms. Rubin gained valuable expertise in the field as a reimbursement coordinator for Oncology Hematology West before transferring to Texas Oncology as the associate director of health information services for the remainder of the 2000s.
Subsequently, Ms. Rubin found success as a practice administrator for Texas Oncology from 2010 until 2012, and a director of reimbursement support services for McKesson Specialty Health and the U.S. Oncology Network for the following two years. More recently, she drew upon her considerable knowledge in numerous roles of increasing responsibility for Anthelio Healthcare Solutions and Dallas Nephrology Associates. Currently, Ms. Rubin excels as an executive director, a speaker and a coach for the John Maxwell Team, and the senior director of practice integration for U.S. Anesthesia Partners.
An expert in her field, Ms. Rubin earned a diploma in medical assisting from the Omaha College of Health Careers in 1995, and a certification in personal training and health coaching from the American Council on Exercise in 2016. Over the years, she also became certified as a revenue cycle representative through the Healthcare Financial Management Association. An IDC-10 approved instructor, Ms. Rubin was designated as a certified professional coder by the American Academy of Professional Coders.
Dedicated to her community, Ms. Rubin contributes to numerous local art organizations and as a volunteer with the Boys and Girls Club of America. She also dedicates her time and efforts to the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society, and as an influencer with the International Association of Women. For her outstanding body of work, she was honored among the Empowered Women of the Year by IOTP in 2019 and 2020. Looking toward the future, Ms. Rubin intends to expand her consulting-mentoring business, as well as grow within her role at U.S. Anesthesia Partners.