Bryan Bagdasian, MD, MMM, Primary Care Physician, Steward Medical Group

Bryan Bagdasian, MD, MMM, is a Physician Informaticist at MEDITECH and a primary care physician with Steward Medical Group. Dr Bagdasian joined MEDITECH in July 2013 as a physician informaticist specializing in standard content and clinical decision support. He supports the implementation of MEDITECH's 6.x platform through the READY and CLPP programs. Prior to joining MEDITECH, Dr. Bagdasian served as the chief of the hospitalist program at Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital. He has more than 20 years' experience as an ABMS board certified physician in internal medicine with a focused practice in hospital medicine, and is a member of the American Association for Physician Leadership and the American Telemedicine Association. He is also among the physicians named to the 2017 Castle Connolly Top Doctors list.
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How to create a culture that values patient safety

The World Health Organization estimates that 134 million adverse events occur each year due to unsafe care in hospitals in low- and middle-income countries, resulting in some 2.6 million deaths, with most adverse events being preventable. 

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Topics: Physician, Patient Safety

Doctors hold the solution to the opioid crisis in our hands

Ultimately, the opioid crisis gripping America today is about pain.

More specifically, it’s about how we as medical professionals address pain, representing a shift in philosophy over the last several years. Rather than apply the same guidelines to opioids that we apply to antibiotics — Is there a legitimate medical purpose for these drugs? What are the professional standards that doctors apply to prescribing them? What is the metric for determining the correct amount? — too many doctors have bypassed those critical questions because someone gave us an easy solution.

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How MEDITECH’s optimized EHR can prevent physician burnout

I hear it more and more from my colleagues: They’re feeling burnt out.

Studies of physician satisfaction find that doctors are reducing the number of patients they see, and report feelings of emotional exhaustion, loss of enthusiasm, and depersonalization of patient care. The most recent study by the Physicians Foundation found that nearly half, 49%, of the doctors surveyed said they “often or always experience feelings of burn-out [sic].”

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Topics: Physician, EHR, Productivity

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