Knowledge Center

June 29, 2011
A Multi-Specialty Surgery Center outgrew their existing capacity and relocated to a spacious state-of the-art facility equipped to double their caseload volume, attract new talent and to expand their procedure reportoire. Somnia was strategically chosen as the anesthesia management team capable of competently handling procedural coverage, improving quality of care, recruiting qualified staff, and achieving record growth - the highest volume of procedures performed in the country.
June 21, 2011
This webinar, first presented in June 2011, explains how to evaluate your anesthesia program and what to expect when transitioning to a new provider in your hospital. The presenters, who include a hospital Chief Medical Officer and Chief of Anesthesia, as well as Somnia's Chief Medical Officer, provide concrete examples of how a change in anesthesia provider can result in a higher-performing OR, lower subsidy and improved hospital-physician relationships.
May 31, 2011
Transparency is essential to success in the new healthcare landscape. In this article from Becker's Hospital Review, three hospital executives discuss how their facilities embraced transparency and data distribution to improve finances, satisfaction and clinical outcomes.
April 28, 2011
Presented live in April 2011, this webinar explains how strategic partnerships can help hospitals thrive in the new healthcare environment. Presented by Somnia Anesthesia and medical device manufacturer B. Braun, the webinar explains how the strategic partnership between an anesthesia company and a related product supplier adds value to both organizations. Using regional anesthesia as an example, it demonstrates how even minor changes in the delivery of anesthesia have an immediate impact on outcomes, revenue streams, and patient satisfaction.
February 22, 2011
Somnia Anesthesia’s CFO John Ansorge offers an insider’s perspective on some of the greatest concerns and challenges facing hospitals today. He also weighs in on why hospital administration struggles to work effectively with their anaesthesiologists and poses recommendations on how hospitals CFOs can elicit positive changes to ensure a more efficient and profitable operation.