Dr. David Lenihan, Ph.D., J.D., FRSM is a medical school dean and health technology entrepreneur. He's the CEO of Tiber Health, a technology company that's focused on innovating medical school education and helping to solve the global physician shortage.
A report issued in June by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) paints a dire picture of the state of diversity in medicine. According to AAMC, only 5% of active physicians identify as Black or African American and just 5.8% identify as Hispanic. The current system simply isn’t set up to address the areas of greatest need or provide the access required to create more diversity across the healthcare industry. We must do more to open opportunities for diverse talent in medicine.
Dr. Lenihan outlines steps the United States can take immediately to become less dependent on foreign sources for medical supplies and more responsive to the needs of urban and rural communities.
Dr. Lenihan discusses a variety of topics, including healthcare in Puerto Rico, the unique competitive advantages that are offered by Ponce Health Sciences University, and the importance of cultural competency for doctors.
Dr. Lenihan discusses his innovative usage of ed tech at Ponce Health Sciences University and Tiber Health with host Gabriel Carrillo.
As the CEO/co-founder of a med ed startup, Dr. Lenihan interviews job seekers for roles at all levels throughout his organization. Here are his valuable tips on how to make a memorable and positive impression with a prospective employer in an interview.
As the CEO of Ponce Health Sciences University, Dr. Lenihan understands the meaning and value of medical school rankings to prospective students. In this article, he shares inside insights about how the rankings can best be used to an applicant's advantage.
Dr. Lenihan shares the details about PHSU's expansion and how it will impact the U.S. market for bilingual doctors.