In this article, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum discusses how he comes up with ideas in his practice and how he incorporates them into his daily routines. There are days when Dr. Kirschenbaum works in his office on ideas related to the healthcare industry and ways he can improve upon it. On those days he will also meet with his top level staff to discuss the practice and touch base on issues that may be affecting the practice.
Other days he spends most of his time meeting with patients at his Orthopaedics practice in Bronx, New York, where he is also chairman. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum specializes in hip and knee replacement as well as in constructive surgery. He focuses on correcting tears and fissures with ligaments and joints, a speciality he has been working on for over 30 years. He also does a lot of work with athletes who encounter injuries during game play, making his take on injury care and correction a unique one.
He is especially concerned with value-based healthcare and wants his practice to reflect those values as well. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum considers himself to be an entrepeneur as well as his regular job of being a doctor. This has allowed him to consider new ways he can serve his patients and clients, opening the door for new possibilities when it comes to practicing medicine. He is constantly looking at the medical industry to see what other new things doctors are doing and how he might be able to learn from them as well.
read the full interview here.