Jonathan Gillerman, Esq., is a principal at Hinman Straub P.C. and a member of the Firm’s Health Law and Government Relations departments. Mr. Gillerman provides strategic regulatory, administrative, and legislative counsel for health insurers and Medicaid Managed Care plans, health care providers, and other entities regarding State and Federal programmatic requirements and health policy initiatives. In particular, Mr. Gillerman provides regular counsel to clients on issues relating to Medicaid Managed Care and the New York State Department of Health’s Value Based Payment (VBP) Reform initiative. Mr. Gillerman has assisted providers in the development of Medicaid compliance programs and training materials and has assisted clients in preparing responses to competitive State applications and other solicitations of interest.

Mr. Gillerman earned his Juris Doctor summa cum laude from Albany Law School, where he served as a Note & Comment Editor of the Albany Law Review. During law school, Mr. Gillerman was a Dean Sponsler Honors Teaching Fellow, received the Board of Trustees Prize, and at graduation was awarded the White-Rosbrook Prize for Corporations, the Matlaw Prize, and the John B. Lurie ’20 Memorial Prize.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Gillerman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications magna cum laude, where he was a Park Scholar.

Mr. Gillerman is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers Association.

Practice Areas


  • B.A., magna cum laude, Ithaca College 2007
  • J.D., summa cum laude, Albany Law School 2010

Bar Admissions

  • New York


  • Speaker, “New York’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (“DSRIP”) Program Update: Why You Should Care”, LeadingAge New York Annual Conference & Exposition, May 2015.
  • “The Albany Nine: Recognizing Albany Law School’s Alumni Justices of the Third Department,” 73 Alb. L. Rev. 1145 (April 2010).
  • “Calling Their Shots: Miffed Minor Leaguers, the Steroid Scandal, and Examining the Use of Section 1 of the Sherman Act to Hold MLB Accountable”, 73 Alb. L. Rev. 541 (March 2010).