June 2, 2014
By Steven Wishnia

New York, NY - LaborPress will present a special award to Joseph B. Stamm of MedReview at its second annual Labor Leadership Awards ceremony June 5.

MedReview, founded in 1984, evaluates the cost and quality of health services paid for by its clients, who include Local 1199 SEIU’s National Benefit Fund, the New York City Office of Labor Relations, and the New York City Municipal Labor Committee. It and its nonprofit parent, the New York County Health Services Review Organization (NYCHSCRO), have saved labor unions and other organizations more than $1 billion since 1974.


Effectively Cutting New York's Medicaid Costs

May 5, 2011
By Vanessa DeSantis 

Experts agree that one of the biggest problems with New York’s budget is the inflation in health care costs. This needless inflation adds hundreds of millions to the costs of the state Medicaid program.


Assemblymen Shore Up Support for Jacobs

September 12, 2012
By Marc Bussanich, LaborPress City Reporter
At MedReview’s headquarters on Monday, September 10th, CEO Joseph Stamm hosted Assistant Assembly Speaker Rhoda Jacobs, who is being challenged for the 42nd Assembly District in Brooklyn.


MedReview Supports Education in the Philippines

May 3, 2011
By Bendix Anderson

Children in the Philippines will have a chance at a better life, thanks to contributions made at the first annual HRM Children’s Foundation Fund raising Breakfast, held March 22 in New York City.


deBlasio Visits MedReview

July 28, 2011
By Bendix Anderson

In a season of sharp budget cuts, when even teachers and firefighters face proposed layoffs, Bill deBlasio has a different prescription for the City budget and its ailing economy. DeBlasio, the Public Advocate for New York City, recently fought against a plan to fire 6,000 teachers, close 20 firehouses and shut down scores of daycare centers.


Markowitz Pays a Visit to MedReview

 By Bendix Anderson
January 31, 2011
Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz paid a visit to the offices of MedReview January 18 to share a lunch, give a short, Brooklyn boosting speech, and answer questions from about three dozen employees.


MedReview Meets New York Presbyterian

June 1, 2011
By Bendix Anderson

To stop the relentless swelling of health care costs, doctors and medical review organizations should engage in a healthy conversation. That’s why NYCHSRO/MedReview, Inc., one of the leading medical claims auditing firms in the country, invited the head of one of the best hospitals in the country to lunch April 29.


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