Dr. Schwartz has over 20 years of progressive experience as a physician leader working in a wide variety of settings including international, public, private and academic venues. With a passion for evolving health systems of care and innovation, he has led transformation for hospitals and physician groups to optimize quality outcomes, patient experience and organizational value. He led the 400-clinician Medical Group of the Christiana Care Health System, a 1,100-bed health system in Delaware, as they evolved into a national leader of healthcare quality, safety and innovation. He also served as the Chief Medical Officer of the Henry J Austin Health Center, leading growth of the organization as it more than doubled resources to better serve Trenton residents. He has worked as a healthcare consultant for the Department of Health and Human Services, a grant reviewer for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and as a key stakeholder in the development of a Warburg Pincus-backed healthcare start-up covering 32,000 lives.
A board-certified internist with sub-specialty training in gastroenterology, he earned his MBA in Health Care Management from the Fox School of Business and received a certificate in Managing Health Care Delivery from the Harvard Business School.