hey guys. new to the site. i have been wanting to start an all crna group, but haven't a clue where to start. i have been talking to a few of the surgeons whom i work with often, and they seem to be on board with the idea. the hiccup is that these surgeons are employed by the hospital, and i am currently employed by the same hospital. i just know that a lot of the surgeons are unhappy with the current anesthesia services. they are not able to get the number of cases done that they would like.
Finished up the first semester with a little room to spare..
Updated 11-12-2012 at 06:51 AM by TXGas
[B]Anyone else out there? Please lets get the blog going. Just a bit nervous. Been waiting since November last year.[/B]
Originally Posted by ADMIN
Cost-Cutting Benefits of Low-Flow Anesthesia
Have your providers take the “25% challenge” on inhalational cases.
From the Nov Issue of outpatient Surgery
Clifford M. Gevirtz, MD, MPH
With the simple turn of a dial on the anesthesia machine, your anesthesia providers could be saving you thousands of dollars a year in costly inhalational anesthetics as well as shortening times to patient recovery and discharge. Get them involved in your facility’s
Did anyone interview at umdnj for 2012 ? Awaiting their response, anxiously