Breaking Bad News-Helping Families When They Need Us the Most

Anthony Orsini D.O.

Author, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Presenter, Doctor
The Orsini Way
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Dr. Anthony Orsini is a practicing physician, author, and frequent speaker on the topic of compassionate communication in medicine. He is the Level II Medical Director at one of the largest Neonatal Intensive Care Units in the world. He also serves as Chief of Patient Experience and Palliative Care Liaison for his neonatal practice. Profoundly impacted by an early career experience and the discovery that even the most successful and well-respected physicians often struggled with their communication skills, Dr. Orsini has spent the last 25 years developing proven communication techniques that help doctors build rapport and quickly form trusting relationships with their patients. In 2011, he founded The Orsini Way, a company that provides communication training to healthcare and business professionals. His groundbreaking “Breaking Bad News PROGRAM” has trained thousands of physicians how to deliver tragic news in the most effective and compassionate manner. Through his interactive workshops and unique coaching, he has trained senior physicians nurses, and practitioners how to enhance their patient’s overall experience and become more fulfilled with their own lives. Dr. Orsini has appeared in local and national news and his work has been featured in the most prestigious publications in business and healthcare including Forbes Magazine. His “It’s All in the Delivery” program has been proven to significantly improve patient satisfaction in small groups and hospital units.

Dr. Orsini has authored several papers on the topics of communication in medicine, enhancing the patient experience, and delivering tragic news. His recently published book titled “It’s All in the Delivery – Improving Healthcare Starting With a Single Conversation” is now available on Amazon. He is a frequent keynote speaker at medical and business events, including an upcoming TEDx presentation entitled-Improving Healthcare Starts with a Single Conversation.

His weekly podcast “Difficult Conversations – Lessons I Learned as an ICU Physician” hit the Top 100 podcasts on Apple in just 1 week.