Andrew R. Bohm is an epidemiologist and quality improvement scientist with a longstanding interest in emergency and cardiovascular medicine, biostatistics, and implementation science. His work focuses on cardiovascular outcome epidemiology and related policy in the pre-hospital, Emergency Medical Service setting. This research developed out of his prior experience as an Emergency Medical Technician in New York City and the surrounding area for 9 years. Dr. Bohm’s work in the area continues, but his current work also includes statistical methods for quality improvement modeling, implementation science, and allied health services research. He recently served as a biostatistician on the Covid-19 research team for the largest healthcare provider in New York, Northwell Health.
Bohm earned two BS degrees from Stony Brook University, one in Health Science, and one in Sociology; an MS from Dartmouth College in Healthcare Research; and a Ph.D. from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College in Health Policy and Clinical Practice. Bohm was licensed and certified EMT through the State University of New York.