Andrew J. Schuman has been in pediatric practice for over 30 years, and has written about medical technology and medical practice in Contemporary Pediatrics for 28 years. He is presently on the Editorial Advisory Board of Contemporary Pediatrics, and is section editor of a regular feature called Peds v2.0, soon to begin its fifth year. He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Sections on Practice Management, Telehealth, Computers and Information Technology, as well as the Section on Advances in Therapeutics and Technology.
Andrew is an advocate for simplifying and improving the practice of pediatrics, which can often be done by integrating appropriate technologies, streamlining workflow, ignoring bureaucratic nonsense, and staying focused on patient care. He currently practices full time at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Andrew is available through Electronic Pediatrician LLC as a consultant to tech companies who wish to improve their products, and to medical practices who wish to improve workflow and maximize revenue. For further information, please reach out to Andrew via the contact page.
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