As a full-service anesthesia management company, DPI fields many questions surrounding the various types of anesthesia staffing models and how they impact operating room efficiency.
There are three transitional elements a new anesthesia group should focus on to make the transition as smooth and seamless as possible. The first key is . . .
Consolidating anesthesia services from several groups to one within a hospital system can offer many advantages. Here are 3 major advantages of using one anesthesia group for all facilities within a hospital system.
Whether your department is staffed with an anesthesiologist, only CRNAs, or a combination of the two, you should first understand what drives anesthesia costs in order to reduce costs. The major driver is the cost of the anesthesia provider, and while this may seem easy enough to reduce, it’s not that simple.