Dr.Andrew Foster, MD, COL (USA Retired) is responsible for managing AdaptX's relationships with the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and the Department ofVeterans Affairs (VA). Prior to joining AdaptX, Andrew served for 27 years int he United States Army Medical Corps as an anesthesiologist and Chief ofAnesthesia and Operative Services at Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint BaseLewis-McChord. In this leadership role, Andrew focused on patient safety in the operating room, the use of data to enhance OR performance metrics, and the integration of new Anesthesia Information systems into the clinical workflow. Andrew’s innovations in patient safety were recognized by the Army Medical Department’sPatient Safety Program as standard-setting achievements that have been replicated Army-wide.
While on active duty, he also served as the regional anesthesiology consultant to theArmy Surgeon General. His Army career included two deployments in support ofOperation Iraqi Freedom. Andrew retired at the rank of Colonel.
Andrew earned his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the HealthSciences in Bethesda, Maryland, and completed his residency training in anesthesiology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
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