Knowledge Center

May 9, 2017
Results from this survey of anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists offer insight into the experience, specialty, and practice location preferences of anesthesia providers in the U.S. Incorporated in our presentation of the is an analysis of other industry reports and trends in the anesthesia workforce, including regional variations and practice model differences.
March 10, 2017
Maximizing quality and achieving optimal performance at your ambulatory surgery center not only requires a reliable anesthesia provider, a partner not a vendor, but also requires getting quite a few things right. It also demands asking the correct questions about your operations and the role anesthesia should play in them.
February 8, 2017
Value is a key driver in every business. Healthcare is no different. For hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and office-based facilities, value is tied to clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction, and high-quality care delivered at lower costs. It also is the key to optimizing payer reimbursements.
December 15, 2016
Are you prepared for 2017? See what Somnia launched in 2016 to help get you ready. Businesses are expanding their use of technology and real-time data to create value. The same holds true for healthcare organizations. To support hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and office-based practices respond to their mandate to deliver value—high-quality care at low cost—Somnia Anesthesia deployed mobile and other technology to improve stakeholder engagement, clinical quality, and enhanced patient experiences for its clients. We’ve also published several resources to help generate efficiencies and deliver value.
November 10, 2016
To facilitate the transition to value from volume, hospital leaders are turning to outsourcing—clinical and non-clinical services. To wring the most value from their anesthesia providers, they are examining their anesthesia models to see if they are the right fit.