As CEO, Dr. Horstmyer is responsible for leading the organization in meeting its strategic goals. Dr. Horstmyer’s background includesserving as founding chairman of the Department of Neurology at the FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (2007-2014). Dr. Horstmyer completed his neurology residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital/UM, where he was appointed as the first administrative chief resident of neurology and was a fellow in neuromuscular neurology and electro-neurophysiology. He is committed to the advancement of medical education and serves as a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and New York Academy of Science, and a member of the advisory board of Biomedical Engineering at FIU. Dr. Horstmyer is also the founder of the MS Center of Miami and the Miami-Dade Stroke Consortium — non-profit organizations for the improvement of neurological care in multiple sclerosis and stroke.
As an entrepreneur and healthcare executive for over 25 years, Mr. Rothman has been unwavering in his dedication to improving quality and delivery of healthcare services. Most recently, he was the founding President of Prestige Health Choice, Inc. Prestige is a for-profit Managed Care Organization formed in 2007 as a safety net health plan. Today, Prestige serves more than 315,000 Medicaid eligible Floridians in 59 counties. The company was purchased by Florida True Health in October 2015. Mr. Rothman brings the foundation a thorough understanding of managed care demands and regulatory requirements. He has developed value based financial models, data analytic systems, led teams that implemented successful quality measures and successfully built complex health delivery systems that resulted in positive financial outcomes. His experience is wide ranging. He has founded both provider and payer organizations, developed HMO, ACO’s, MSO’s and Long Term Care entities. In addition to the business of health care he has also been a leader in healthcare policy. In 2015, he was the recipient of the prestigious Jessie Trice Health Hero Award and in 2016 he was inducted into the Miami-Dade College Alumni Hall of Fame for achievements in health care.
As Executive Director, Ms. Robinett is responsible for overall coordination of community partnership activities, patient recruitment, patient educational resources and programs, and supervision of coordinators and navigators. Ms. Robinett brings a wealth of marketing experience, having started her career in communications and public relations in New York City, moving onto business management and operations for the French houses of Revillon and Balmain. Her foray into health care began in sales for Saint-Gobain Desjonqueres North America, manufacturer of high grade pharmaceutical glass, and expanded in Broward when she aided in the growth and development of SMC Rehab, an outpatient rehabilitation facility focused on senior patients. There, she also helped in conducting a study to evaluate physical and occupational therapy for Parkinson’s disease, and served as the liaison for the National Parkinson’s Foundation. She also served as the center coordinator for the MS Centers of Florida Foundation, and most recently for the Neuroscience Centers of Florida Foundation, where she propelled the foundation from its startup phase to become an ‘innovative disruptor’ of the current health care system. Ms. Robinett received her education in New York City at Walden School and is a graduate with honors from Université de Grenoble, Faculty of Languages and Letters, in Grenoble, France. She is fluent in Spanish, French, and Italian.