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It’s a fact. There’s not a lot of joy out there among today’s physicians. A majority of physicians admit that they increasingly talk about their work in a negative way.
⇛87%⇚ of you say that the “business and regulation of healthcare” has changed the practice of medicine for the worse. ⇛84%⇚ of you report that ‘quality patient time’ may be a thing of the past. ⇛67%⇚ of you know a colleague who’s actually thinking about giving it all up. ☯
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It’s a fact. There’s not a lot of joy out there among today’s physicians. A majority of physicians admit that they increasingly talk about their work in a negative way. ⇛87%⇚ of you say that the “business and regulation of healthcare” has changed the practice of medicine for the worse....Read More
Dr. Bhatt serves as Chief Medical Officer at American Hospital Association. Dr. Jay Bhatt served as Chief Health Officer at the Illinois Hospital Association. He most recently served as Managing Deputy Commissioner/Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer for the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH). In this role he oversees policy, planning, public relations, quality improvement as well as innovation. His visions is to bring together health systems, community based organizations, the private sector and CDPH to advance population health using big data, predictive analytics and tech innovation. Dr. Jay Bhatt is a National Health Service Corps Scholar and a Geriatrician from University of Michigan. He completed an internal medicine residency at Cambridge Health Alliance, a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School where he was a clinical fellow. In 2012. He graduated from the University of Chicago in 1999 with a degree in Economics. In 2008, Dr. Bhatt received both his medical degree from the PCOM, and his Master in Public Health degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health. In 2012 he received his Masters in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as a Zuckerman and Commonwealth Fund Minority Health Policy Fellow at Harvard Medical School.
• Passion for developing and building interdisciplinary teams focused on patient safety and quality improvement • 18 years healthcare management experience: 7 years as hospital CMO in urban 255-bed acute care / LTAC facility, 2 years as system quality chair, 8 years as Medical Director, and 4 years clinical experience in private practice setting• 24 years of clinical experience; current practice includes running an outpatient buprenorphine addictions program and work as teaching hospitalist for Acute Inpatient Internal Medicine resident service • 26 years of clinical experience in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, and Addiction Medicine• 18 years as physician officer of ASAM, currently serving on national board of directors • Nationally recognized educator in chronic hepatitis C, pain management, and addiction treatment to physicians, medical students, nurses, and other healthcare professionals.