Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has served as the Chairman of Orthopedics at the BronxCare Health System for the past several years. However, the doctor’s career to date has been something interest; this is because Dr. Kirshcenbaum has taken somewhat of an interesting path in his career. After qualifying to become a medical professional, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum had a few notable positions with high profile medical technology companies. Chief among these were Gnu Image and the Stryker Corporation; in many of these positions, he focused on the likes of information technology, business management, nonprofit leadership, and process re-engineering.
As a leader in the medical industry, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has been widely known as an innovator in the field. Dr. Kirschenbaum also founded Prodigy Communications Corporation in 1988; the company would go on to become a part of IBM and Sears before the doctor left in 1991. Much of this was because the doctor helped to create or improve a variety of different diagnostic tools to help deliver the best results possible for patients. This has generally meant less invasive treatment methods and shorter waiting times for results. Having said that, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has frequently been known as someone who focuses on the quality of care that his patients receive. This has not only informed the many technologies that he’s had a hand in but also in how he approaches his overall treatment.
This is because when patients are suffering, they’re often at their most vulnerable and this is just as true with Orthopedics. Because of that, with the BronxCare Health System and many other positions Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has aimed to improve both tools and patient services so that they receive the treatment they need in a friendly and affordable way. Throughout his career, the doctor has also learned a few key skills to be successful; chief among these is the need to be well-informed and educated about the orthopedic industry. Because of that, the doctor is constantly reading medical books, as well as attending conferences as much as possible. This is so he can always deliver the best treatment possible to patients while improving his skill set.
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