Andrew Snyder, MD


Dr. Snyder is Principal with COPE Health Solutions. Dr. Snyder received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, with honors, in 1989. He then spent a post-graduate year at the University of Illinois studying Neuroimmunology. In 1990, Dr. Snyder entered the University of Connecticut Medical School, graduating with distinction in 1994. Dr. Snyder then pursued his training in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital, Denver, CO. After completion, he began his career as a faculty member at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Brown Medical School in Providence, RI, and in 2002 became Director of the Ambulatory Clinics. In 2006, he became Vice Chairman for Administrative Affairs for the Department of Pediatrics.

In 1998, Dr. Snyder was also appointed as Associate Medical Director for the Lifespan/Physician’s PSO and administratively worked with hospital contracting and disease management programs. In 2003, was appointed as Medical Director and then Senior Medical Officer of the PSO. In 2004, Dr. Snyder began serving as Medical Director of Outpatient Services for Hasbro Children’s Hospital. He has received multiple teaching and clinical service awards and served as President for the RI Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. In 2006, he began increasing executive and administrative roles within the Lifespan Office of the Chief Physician Officer leading efforts for quality improvement, physician strategy and new program development. In 2007, Dr. Snyder was appointed as Medical Director for System Affairs across the affiliate hospitals of the Lifespan system.

In 2008, Dr. Snyder took on a new role at Stamford Health System, in Stamford CT. There he served as Vice President of Ambulatory Network Development as well as founding and building an employed-model physician network, Stamford Health Integrated Practices. For the network, Dr. Snyder served as President and CEO, as well as Chairman of the Board of Directors.

In 2012, Dr. Snyder moved to the Bay Area to serve as Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Brown & Toland Physicians IPA, where he oversaw all clinical programs including Care Management, Quality Improvement and Utilization Management across all products and ACOs. The IPA consisted of over 1700 physicians serving more than 400,000 patients.

In 2015, Dr. Snyder joined the Mount Sinai Health System as EVP and Chief Clinical Integration Officer where he worked to develop the clinical strategy for Population Health across the system, ensuring the physicians and the system excel under health reform within alternative payment models. Dr. Snyder also served as President of Mount Sinai Health Partners, IPA, with approximately 3,500 physicians across the network, both employed and voluntary. Most recently, Dr. Snyder served as Chief Medical Officer for Evolent Health, leading the clinical teams serving value-based clients across clinical analytics and program implementations.