Somnia Anesthesia Releases New Paper on Anesthesia Partnerships

NEW ROCHELLE, NY (September 24, 2014)  Somnia Anesthesia, a national anesthesia practice management company, has written a new paper discussing emerging healthcare partnership models and how the company has created a new partnership with McKesson BPS to improve the outcomes and decrease costs in each of the facilities they serve. The paper is now available on the Somnia website.

The paper examines the evolution of healthcare operational structures and how these new partnerships are becoming necessary to thrive.  It also describes emerging types of partnerships, like the Somnia/McKesson venture, and the positive affects each has on anesthesia patient care.

The Affordable Care Act and increased emphasis on performance and patient outcomes have created additional responsibilities for clinicians and administrators in addition to existing compliance and quality-of-care requirements. Unique operational structures such as the Somnia/McKesson partnership cause stakeholders to align their goals with facility goals by focusing on improved quality, service and financial performance.” The resulting benefit of this collaboration is that it “allows partners to play to their strengths.”

This new Somnia resource provides insight into the various facets of a successful managed service organization (MSO) and how it leverages the expertise of each partner to deliver high-quality, cost effective anesthesia service.

Click here to learn more.

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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