Dan Schwarz, MD, MPH is currently the Chief Medical Officer for Possible, the Associate Director for Primary Care at Ariadne Labs, and a member of the faculty for the Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change at Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. In his role for Possible, Dr. Schwarz has been engaged in over ten years’ worth of work in building a public-private partnership for high-quality primary care in remote areas of Nepal, in collaboration with the Nepali Ministry of Health. In his role at Ariadne Labs, among other work, Dr. Schwarz serves on the leadership team of the Primary Healthcare Performance Initiative (PHCPI) in collaboration with the WHO, World Bank Group, Gates Foundation, and R4D. Dr. Schwarz completed his undergraduate studies at Vassar College, received his MPH from Harvard School of Public Health and his MD from Brown University. He is trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital.
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