Andrew Snyder, MD


Chief Medical Officer

Andrew Snyder, MD is Principal and Chief Medical Officer with COPE Health Solutions. Prior to joining COPE Health Solutions, Dr. Snyder served as Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Integration Officer for Mount Sinai Health System in New York City, where he worked to develop the clinical strategy for population health across the system, ensuring 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 independent.

Dr. Snyder has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Brown & Toland Physicians IPA. There, he oversaw all clinical programs including care management, quality improvement and utilization management across all products and ACOs. The IPA consisted of over 1,700 physicians serving more than 400,000 patients during the years of the initial launch of Pioneer ACOs through their development of a restricted Knox Keene license and management of full-risk populations.

Dr. Snyder has also served a variety of senior executive roles, including: Vice President of Ambulatory Network Development and Founder and President of the physician network for Stamford Health System in Connecticut, Senior Medical Director for the Lifespan PSO, Vice Chair for Administrative Affairs, Department of Pediatrics, Medical Director for System Affairs across affiliate hospitals of the Lifespan system and President for the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. Snyder received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, with honors. He spent a post-graduate year at the University of Illinois studying Neuroimmunology. Dr. Snyder received his medical degree at the University of Connecticut Medical School, graduating with distinction. He has pursued his training in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado.