As a leader in anesthesia management, we consider it our responsibility to stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends. Read our blogs below for relevant information geared toward healthcare professionals and patients.
Maintaining a work-life balance in the field of anesthesiology
March 24, 2023
Maintaining a healthy work-life balance is not an easy feat, particularly for anesthesiologists. Traditionally regarded as having some of the most restrictive hours of any profession, research shows doctors work over 51 hours per week (with nearly 23.5% working 61 to 80 hours weekly). Because of technology, physicians are now more accessible than ever, meaning their personal...
Private Equity Firm vs. Privately Owned Anesthesia Partners
February 23, 2023
As the healthcare system faces ongoing perioperative challenges, many hospitals, hospital groups, outpatient surgery centers, and academic clinics are looking to work with an anesthesia management partner. And with good reason – the right partner can make a significant impact, from improving billing and collections to recruiting and placing top talent. But, in an industry...
Damar Hamlin injury stresses the importance of airway physicians on the field
February 16, 2023
When someone yells, “the red hats are coming,” at a sporting event, they don’t mean we are in the midst of a British invasion, but that the on-field emergency team member wearing a red hat is prepped and ready to attend to an injured player. Such was the case on January 3, 2023, when Buffalo...
Preston’s Message January 2023
January 31, 2023
Fulfilling our mission and making an impact At Premier Anesthesia, our mission is to improve the delivery of healthcare and the lives of everyone we touch. Last year, our clinical providers partnered with us to move that needle, providing compassionate and quality care to patients and their families across the country. In 2022, over 1,000...
Part two: The pros of locum tenens anesthesiology positions
January 31, 2023
Being a part of the anesthesiology community is exciting in many ways. One such way is that anesthesiologists, CRNAs, and anesthesiologist assistants can often choose to work in a long-term permanent position or travel the country as a locum. These positions are often utilized to cover for another provider who may be vacationing, on leave,...