When I started with DPI, it was a very small company. The owners and managers worked as anesthesia providers alongside me. Over the years, DPI has flourished and expanded, but I believe they still treat their employees as coworkers.
You have just been scheduled for surgery. Now, you have been told not to eat anything before surgery. When hunger strikes, you have likely wondered, “why can’t I eat or drink anything before surgery? Is it really that important?”
One of the core tenets of DPI Anesthesia is relationships and this Leadership Retreat offered opportunities to develop and strengthen relationships with each other, both in a formal setting and in an informal setting.
Diversified Professionals, Inc. has been selected by Roper St. Francis Healthcare to manage their anesthesia services at two facilities in South Carolina.
To be best prepared for sudden staffing shortages, I have learned over the years to do what I like to call, “building the bench.” What is, “building the bench,” you ask?
Whether you believe it or not, anesthesiologists and CRNAs are in the service industry. Relationships are important on many levels in our line of work. More contracts are lost due to the relationship between the anesthesia department and patients, nursing...
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One of the most important things an owner in a company can influence and control is the organizational process of hiring people. There is no question that everyone wants to make the perfect hire. However, …
Anesthesia is one of the most important and vital services a hospital or surgical center provides to its patients and clients. While the actual service of providing anesthesia may seem simple, the business of anesthesia is unique and complex.
There are many methods that can be used to calculate an anesthesia stipend. DPI’s preferred method to calculate an anesthesia stipend uses the following algebraic equation: