Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum: Improving The Lives Of His Patients

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a highly respected orthopedic surgeon who practices in White Plains, New York. His innovative procedures include a cementless hip replacement process, and he has patented many cutting-edge surgical tools. What sets Dr. Kirschenbaum apart from other orthopedic surgeons is that he is also a capable entrepreneur who understands technology.

 

As a busy doctor, he needs to stay focused in order to complete his many projects. Something that is key to Dr. Kirschenbaum’s success is networking with people from a variety of healthcare industries through social media. By connecting with other professionals at the start of his day, he can focus his attention on his patients and business improvements at his practice. He has a straightforward method when it comes to making his visions a reality: brainstorming, planning, and distributing the idea to make it happen. Dr. Kirschenbaum knows that having a great support team who shares his enthusiasm goes a long way towards success.

 

He believes that communication is key when it comes to the long-term success of his practice. Dr. Kirschenbaum makes a point of having staff meetings regularly and having one-on-one sessions with other doctors. Seeking knowledge from his peers is another way that the doctor stays responsive to his patient’s needs, as his searches for a way to make their lives better.

 

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum studied neuroscience at Brown University and went on to study medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed a fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Kirschenbaum has applied his knowledge throughout his career including being the Chief Medical Officer at DTC Healthcom, a managing partner for Sprocket Health, and the Advisory Chief Technology Officer at the Swiftpath Program. He continues his role as the Chairman of Orthopedics at the BronxCare Health System, where he continues to make improvements to their business practices.

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum