Category Archives: Medical Industry

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum’s Career in Orthopaedics

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is a fully accredited orthopedic surgeon in the medical industry by all relevant authorities. He is an orthopedic surgeon and chairman at Bronxcare Health System in New York. His expertise is renowned in joints and bones surgeries involving knee, shoulder and hip replacement.

Orthopedics is the branch of medicine that specializes explicitly in the correction of bones, muscles, and ligaments. Dr. Kirschenbaum’s mainly concentrates in correcting orthopedics problems related to patients who were born with the conditions, but he sometimes performs surgeries on sportsmen and women in New York and has been practicing medicine for more than 20 years.

A brief background of Dr. Kirschenbaum

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum studied for his undergraduate degree at Brown University and then attended Albert Einstein’s College of Medicine. He later studied at Rothman Institute after completing his residency and continued to earn his fellowship in reconstructive surgery and hip and knee replacement at Thomas Jefferson University. His experience in orthopedics has led him to earn a unique reputation as a surgeon.

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum has impressive leadership skills in operations, innovative designs and information technology. He has also lectured and offered and offered peer reviews to different scientific journals in orthopedics and also enjoys affiliations with other hospitals including See hospital.

Dr. Kirschenbaum’s career in Orthopaedics

Ira is one among other eleven orthopedic surgeons at Bronx- Lebanon Hospital Centre Health Care System. Before his current position at Bronxcare Health System, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum worked at the Kaiser Permanente System as the Chief of Adult Reconstructive Surgery. Kirschenbaum also owned his private practice where he took care of over 500 patients annually. Medscape, which was later bought out by WebMD is one his achievements, having been part of the team that developed the system.

In his position at Bronxcare Health System, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum is considered to have allowed for an increase in outpatient and surgical cases and is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons since 1995. Other notable positions that he has been a part of in the medical industry include Chief Technology Officer for the Swiftpath program, Orthopaedic Consultant to Stryker Corporation and Managing Director at DTC Healthcom.

Read more about Dr. Ira in an interview he gave recently

Dr. Mark Holterman: Helping the Medical Industry Grow

Advancements in the medical industry have changed the way humans survive illness, injury and disease. This is all thanks to the innovative thinkers who create the new technologies, and the investors who help them along. Dr. Mark Holterman is one of those individuals who helps the medical industry grow and meet our ever changing needs.

Dr. Mark Holterman grew up on a farm in Wisconsin, graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and eventually settled in Illinois to help others. Now he is a pediatric surgeon in Illinois, with medical offices in Peoria, and teaches at the Peoria University College of Medicine. He is also the founder and CEO of Mariam Global Health, which offers funding to startup medical companies and even offers managerial advice.

Medical startups need to be very tight on their budgets, because investors for various reasons will withdraw their funding. This can cause a life-saving technology to never get off the ground. Dr. Mark Holterman has experienced this himself in the past, and ensures that with the managerial advice and funding Mariam Global Health offers, that those startup companies get the support and assistance they need.

Constantly looking for more efficient ways to treat various diseases, Dr. Mark Holterman has long had an interest in stem cell research. His programs seek to use stem cells that have been ethically sourced to continue research into a newer area of medical science, regenerative medicine. These treatments seek to assist organs and tissues that have been damaged, by healing them and restoring function. Dr. Mark Holterman is also a member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists, and they are making headway on creating a “parametric” human, a 3D version of a human with customizable structures. This advancement will allow scientists and doctors to observe how the parametric human response to treatments, eventually removing the need for animal testing altogether. Dr. Mark Holterman has a drive to help people enjoy healthy lives, and his efforts in different medical projects, as well as his own work being a surgeon and teacher, have realized that dream.