Chief Medical Information Officer, Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, Pediatrician
Pat F. Bass, M.D., is the Chief Medical Information Officer and an Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at Louisiana State University Health Science Center in Shreveport, Louisiana, where he also received his medical degree and completed his residency. Aside from his medical endeavors, Dr. Bass also shows strong interest in education and public health. At the University of Kentucky, Dr. Bass was rewarded a Master of Science degree in Instructional Systems Design from the College of Education. He also has a Master of Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dr. Bass' passion lies in patient education and improving the patient experience with the current healthcare system. He does this by freelancing medical content, writing for About.com, reviewing work on Everyday Health, editing for HealthDay, and authoring a number of research articles for different journals. He has an expertise in asthma and he works to educate both asthmatics and parents of children with asthma on their conditions. He hopes that his articles and lessons will help improve their quality of life. In addition to working hands-on with patients, Dr. Bass researches how patients can work better with their healthcare professionals. He runs his research with the following two questions in mind: "What do patients need to know?" and "What do patients need to do?"
Grants and Funding: We proudly support the research and programs of 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations and institutions such as: the Anxiety Disorders program of the Jane & Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior at the University of California, Los Angeles; the Pacific Institute of Medical Research; the International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred); and SchoolsForHope.org, an iFred educational project. Working with these partners enables Anxiety.org to extend its commitment to its mission. All the donations received, as well as 100% of Anxiety.org revenue in 2019, will be contributed to build, develop, and further the understanding, investigation, discovery, and treatment of the full spectrum of anxiety and related disorders.