Ostrovsky was recently the chief medical officer for the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services. He is a technology entrepreneur who was recruited by the Obama administration to accelerate innovation and efficiency in the federal Medicaid program after he sold his healthcare technology company in 2016. During his tenure in the federal government, Ostrovsky publicly advocated for Medicaid beneficiaries by opposing efforts to cut Medicaid.
After experiencing the loss of his uncle at the hand of the same opioid epidemic plaguing the country, Ostrovsky decided to take his focus to the local level by joining an innovative treatment center in the heart of Baltimore City. As CEO of CCG, Ostrovsky will guide the strategic vision and growth of the organization to expand beyond Baltimore’s borders and open new facilities across the state and country.
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