Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a renowned medical practitioner who specializes in bone and joint surgeries. He mainly deals with shoulder, hip, and knee replacements. He also serves at the Bronxcare Health System as the chairman of Orthopaedics. Throughout his medical career, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has amassed relevant experience in fields such as innovative design, operations leadership, information technology, process engineering. He has also contributed to his field of expertise by providing publications and lectures regarding joint replacement surgery and taking part in the creation of a major joint replacement system.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum holds a position at the Swiftpath Program where he serves as a Chief Program Officer and DTC Healthcom where he is the Chief Medical Officer. He has also been serving in the board of directors of the HER Project since 2010. Prior to becoming a part of the Bronxcare Health System, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum worked at the Kaiser Permanente System as the Chief of Adult Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum studied at the Brown University where he later graduated in 1979 after completing his studies. He then enrolled at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Thereafter, he joined the Thomas Jefferson University where he specialized in hip and knee replacement.
Since Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum served at Medscape. He helped the company to come up with a website named BoneHone. His active participation in the creation of the website helped him to come up with the idea of whereby he would one day own a company. As a medical practitioner, Dr. Kirschenbaum makes sure that he has a working schedule so that he may adhere to all the plans that he has on a specific day. When bringing ideas to life Dr. Kirschenbaum visualizes the plan, investigates the best ways to execute the idea, and then he creates a distribution plan.