I enjoyed my work as an attorney, a regulator and a medical researcher, but they weren’t fulfilling. I have always loved working in healthcare. I am passionate about my work with InnovAge because it allows me to use my knowledge and skills to directly and visibly help people better live the lives they want to live.
Martin Rosenblatt has been executive director of InnovAge New Mexico PACE since 2004. Prior to joining InnovAge, Martin worked as the bureau chief for quality, fraud, abuse prevention, and control at New Mexico Medicaid. He has also been a healthcare attorney and staff researcher for the University of California-Los Angeles Medical Center. Martin is a member of the New Mexico Bar Association as well as various local healthcare coalitions. Martin earned his bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of California, his master's degree in clinical psychology from California State University, and his law degree, with a specialization in healthcare law and administration, from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.