Dr. George Munoz is a board-certified rheumatologist and internist, fellowship trained in Rheumatology/Immunology at the Harvard Medical School affiliates, The Brigham and Women’s Hospital and The Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. He completed a second fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine founded by Andrew Weil, MD, and was the first recipient of the Jones Lovell Rheumatology Scholar Award 2006-2008. He was also the first integrative rheumatology fellow trained in the United States and is a national and global speaker, lecturer, published author, and co-editor. He serves as Chief of Integrative Medicine and Integrative Rheumatology for AARA, the largest rheumatology supergroup in the US. He is a futurist and innovator, specializing in “the patient journey and experience”, as a cornerstone and guiding principal for healthcare stakeholders to emulate and innovate.