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TUE, JAN 27, 2015

Celebrating CRNAs and Why You Might Want to Consider Them as Part of Your Care Team

This year, National CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist) Week is being celebrated January 25-31. The theme, “CRNAs: The Future of Anesthesia Care Today,” follows a national public education campaign launched in September 2014 by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) and designed to provide healthcare professionals, policymakers and patients... Read More

TUE, JAN 6, 2015

How to Identify Substandard Anesthesia Management

It was reported that a number of top teaching hospitals in New York City were among 17 facilities that were being penalized because they didn’t prevent patient infections and other complications considered by the government to be unavoidable. Together the hospitals that were cited stand to lose millions of dollars... Read More

TUE, DEC 30, 2014

Insights on Modernizing Anesthesia Services

Any of us would be hard pressed to identify one industry in which business is being conducted as it was even five years ago. Every market segment has become hyper-competitive and not having a differentiator can be a death knell. It’s a pretty safe bet that a majority of the... Read More

MON, DEC 22, 2014

Eliminating the Fear of Exploring Anesthesia Options

Change is rarely easy. People get comfortable in their ways. In business, implementing a new and different policy or procedure presents a challenge, especially when it threatens to disrupt a major source of revenue. One reason for the difficulty in implementation, from an executive perspective, may be lack of experience... Read More

TUE, DEC 16, 2014

Debunking Three Myths About Anesthesia MSOs: #3 MSOs: They’re All The Same

No two hospitals are the same. No two ambulatory surgery centers are the same. Bottom line: No two businesses are the same. That well known and widely accepted premise was established long ago. So why is it that many in the healthcare arena still believe there is no difference among... Read More

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