President and Founder, Primary Care Progress; Internist
Andrew Morris-Singer is president and founder of Primary Care Progress. A board-certified clinician in internal medicine, he is a lecturer on global health at Harvard Medical School, an assistant professor in the Family Medicine Department at Oregon Health and Science University, and an adjunct professor in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at University of Utah. With more than 15 years of advocacy experience, Morris-Singer is a leader in primary care transformation, relational leadership, narrative medicine, and the use of community organizing strategies to advance innovations in care delivery. A frequent blogger, he has also been featured in national media outlets including NPR, CNN, and The New York Times.