Adam Landsman

Adam Landsman

Adam Landsman, a Podiatric Specialist with 33 years of experience and an advanced degree from Temple University. Currently affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital and Newton Wellesley Hospitals.

He accepts multiple insurance plans; please call his office to check which plans they accept and to receive their rating of 3.2/5 from patients.

Early Life and Education

Adam Landsman has been engaged in multiple endeavors since early life. He is both a musician and inventor who has created several experimental electric string instruments. Furthermore, Adam works as a graphic novel artist.

He completed his medical education at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s Robert Wood Johnson Medical School before going on to receive emergency medicine training at UCLA Medical Center – eventually becoming board-certified emergency physician.

Landman expanded his focus beyond music invention and noisemaking to music education and participatory art, giving lectures and workshops at European academies, universities and festivals. Soon his instrument collection became part of a network of non-profit organizations dedicated to sound art, electroacoustic music, media art and avant garde music.

Professional Career

Adam has enjoyed an acclaimed 30-year career, which includes roles both inside hospitals as well as on the business and technology sides of things. He is an accomplished executive with a talent for innovation who passionately embraces digital. He most recently served as Vice President and Chief Information and Digital Officer at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, overseeing an array of strategic initiatives that led to significant transformational changes across its enterprise-wide IT infrastructure. He is an active philanthropist who donates both time and resources to charitable organizations like his alma mater, University of Wisconsin. Here he served as honorary associate professor for several years. Despite a busy schedule, he always finds time for reading or playing golf with his wife and three kids on weekends.

Achievement and Honors

Adam Landsman was a former varsity athlete at Brien McMahon High School and has achieved many honors throughout his career, setting personal bests in high jump, shot put and long jump.

He currently serves as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and specializes in health information technology (IT) design, development, and implementation.

He has earned multiple awards for his efforts in healthcare, leading a $7 million project to modernize emergency department information systems and creating an innovation program. Furthermore, his passion lies with research; he’s interested in applying cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence to patient care delivery; recently attending an AI in Healthcare event where he shared his insight.

Personal Life

Adam Landsman is one of the premier property management professionals in Washington DC area, boasting over 10 years of experience managing an expansive and varied portfolio of multifamily properties.

Even so, he still finds time to give back to his community by participating in several organizations and causes – Maryland Clean Energy Center, Temple Emanuel, Takoma Park Police Chief’s Advisory Board are just a few examples.

As proof of his dedication, he even made headlines for saving a teenage from suicide by jumping off a bridge. For this act alone, he became the subject of public art that can be found throughout many buildings in his neighborhood – and perhaps most impressively? – all while remaining anonymous! And the best part? He didn’t get paid.

Net Worth

Adam Landsman currently resides in Washington, DC and holds a net worth of $60,000. He serves as President of PulseIQ, Co-Founder of Sunday Hospitality, and has over 10 years of executive leadership experience with major restaurant groups such as Major Food Group and Catch Hospitality Group. Alongside his professional duties, Landsman volunteers with many organizations to foster more sustainable living practices that protect the environment while creating more socially and environmentally sustainable future. A huge fan of Chicago Cubs football team, Adam also loves spending time with family. Born in Madison Wisconsin where he obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration from University Wisconsin-Madison in 2004.

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