A Hospital’s Guide to Evaluating Anesthesia Services

Updated on April 10, 2012

Because anesthesia is a critical component in the OR, it has a key role in defining a facility’s clinical and financial success.  This is why hospital executives should regularly conduct an evaluation of their anesthesia services and determine if the current provider is a qualified partner that is fully committed to helping the facility achieve its goals.

This resource document provides hospital administration with a detailed, yet easy-to-understand guide to follow when evaluating the delivery of anesthesia services and identifies the four areas to consider – leadership, financial management, quality improvement, and clinical services.  Click here to learn how to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your current anesthesia department.

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