The 2016 Anesthesia Labor Market: New Practice Information and Preferences Revealed

Somnia Anesthesia Releases Findings from Annual Survey of Clinicians

NEW ROCHELLE, NY (June 29, 2017) – Somnia Anesthesia, a national anesthesia practice management company, recently released the findings of its latest annual survey of anesthesiologists and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) around the country.  This is the third and latest annual Anesthesia Labor Market paper published by the company.

The whitepaper, “The 2016 Anesthesia Labor Market: New Practice Information and Preferences,” reveals interesting information, including projected labor shortages, regional variations, and practice model preferences, anesthesiologists, CRNAs, and healthcare leaders can use when planning career paths and formulating operating budgets.

“We have found the information delivered in this paper to be invaluable in helping us do our job efficiently,” says Megan O’Mara, director of National Recruiting at Somnia Anesthesia. “It is also helpful for anesthesiologists and CRNAs who are looking to make a change.”

Download “The 2016 Anesthesia Labor Market: New Practice Information and Preferences,” for the full report.

Healthcare executives continue struggling to deliver value and quality while managing the regulatory changes that are impacting their planning, program implementation, and payments to providers. Having the timely market data derived from these types of market surveys informs the administrative decisions and strategies affecting healthcare services and associated costs.

About Somnia Anesthesia
Somnia Anesthesia optimizes anesthesia services for healthcare facilities throughout the country by combining clinical excellence with unparalleled management acumen. Owned and operated by anesthesiologists since 1996, Somnia provides a turnkey, solutions-based approach to anesthesia management. With an extensive in-house infrastructure and a single-minded focus on anesthesiology, Somnia builds and manages local anesthesia teams that consistently deliver the highest-quality patient care, enhance operating room performance, increase revenues, and achieve full surgeon and patient satisfaction. For more information visit:

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