A recent interview with Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum highlights the evolution of Orthopedics healthcare. As a co-founder of Medscape and a team member of Web MD Dr. Kirschenbaum holds numerous titles within the medical field. He is the current Chairman of Orthopedics at Bronxcare Health System. Along with his current chairman responsibilities Dr. Kirschenbaum holds the title of Chief Medical Officer for DTH Healthcom and the Advisory Chief Program Officer for the Swiftpath Program. Being a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons since 1995, and on the board of Directors for EHR Project Team since 2010 are just two examples of Dr. Kirschenbaum’s meaningful career. Graduating from Brown University in 1979 with his undergraduate degree, Kirschenbaum later went on to complete his residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Kirschenbaum specializes in damaged bones and joints along with the replacement of hip, shoulder, and knees. He has published and lectured on joint replacement along with holding several trademarks for surgical instrument inventions and medical information systems. Meeting with fellow surgeons and doctors frequently allows Dr. Kirschenbaum’s concept of value-based healthcare to be obtained. In order for Dr. Kirschenbaum’s daily routine to operate smoothly, he uses a special software called Calendly.com. This software allows people to make appointments directly with him, which saves time. In order to bring ideas to life, Dr. Kirschenbaum evaluates his ideas, then starts a distribution plan. A piece of advice from Dr. Kirschenbaum was to surround yourself with people who believe in your idea and why it will make a difference. The famous quote “Rome wasn’t built in a day”, applies every day in his lengthy career. While most people believe healthcare is in crisis, Dr. Kirschenbaum continues to find inspiration to improve and innovate Orthopedics.