Jim practices internal medicine in New York City. He understands the madness of US healthcare and works tirelessly to deliver the best care both inside and alongside the system.
Within the system, he is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Clinical Innovation at NYU Medical Center and attending physician at NYC Health and Hospitals, Bellevue. He was elected into the Gold Humanism Honor Society, has conducted narrative medicine sessions for the last 7 years and is primary investigator on three research projects including a reflective writing based intervention.
Alongside the system, he has worked with multiple companies (big and small) as consultant and strategic advisor. He is passionate about 1. using communication to improve outcomes, 2. bringing the digital transformation to medicine and 3. achieving the quadruple aim.
Perviously he graduated from Cornell University, received a Fulbright Fellowship to Denmark, trained in internal medicine at Weill Cornell – New York Presbyterian Hospital and was attending at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.