Andrew Schutzbank’s passion for revolutionizing health care began at Tulane in pre- and post-Katrina New Orleans, continuing during Internal Medicine & Primary Care residency at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.
As one of the first Iorans, Andrew has worked all across Iora Health developing its dynamic model of high impact, relationship-based primary care — seeing patients, writing code and running practices. Currently, Andrew is responsible for the development of the Iora Service — continuous improvement, training, and the development of Chirp, Iora's Collaborative Care Platform.
In addition to his roles across Iora Health, Andrew is on the teaching faculty at Harvard Medical School affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, writes professionally, and at Schutzblog.com. Whenever he can, Andrew is traveling, hiking, and skiing with his family.