Anesthesia Management Services

Your partner in anesthesia department management and provider recruiting

Partnership

Full Service Anesthesia Management the DPI Way

Focused on results, DPI is a trusted anesthesia partner equipped to manage your practice so that you can spend time focusing on quality care for patients. Our services will reveal any gaps in your billing, coding, staff scheduling, compliance, and other efforts that could be preventing you from realizing your full profit potential.

We believe in fixing problems and sticking around.

We’re with you every step of the way. After we develop a strategic action plan and initiate positive change, we continue to work to improve stakeholder satisfaction. Our focus is on open, ongoing communication, because as an integrated strategic partner of our clients, we know how important it is to be on the same page. We maintain open books, allowing our clients the ability to view revenue and costs at any time, and we promise a budget based performance.

DPI Anesthesia nurtures a spirit of shared responsibility, collegiality, respect, and confidence among anesthesiologists and CRNAs.

Our solutions are customizable and available on demand.

Hands-on departmental management

Pain management services

Local leadership including a Chief Medical Officer and Chief Nurse Anesthetist

Cutting-edge technology for regional anesthesia

24/7 direct access to senior management

Billing services including coding, collections and insurance credentialing

Customized, transparent financial reporting

Commitment to HIPAA compliance

CMS compliant documentation and monitoring

Practice consulting services

If you are interested in transitioning your anesthesia services, we will conduct a full-scale review of your current and forecasted anesthesia needs. Based on our findings, we will suggest a budget and staffing model that we believe will be most advantageous for achieving your goals. Give us a call to learn more about how we can implement services quickly and seamlessly.

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