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Physicians Want Quality Digital Support From Pharma

And four more news items for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and CRNAs to peruse this week.

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How CRPs Can Meet Patient Needs, Lower Legal Risk at Your Healthcare Facility

And four more news items for hospital administrators, health system leaders, practice managers, and other healthcare executives to peruse this week.

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Optimum Permanent Placement Services Salutes CRNAs

In celebration of the 19th annual National Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) Week (January 21 – 27), Optimum wants to recognize America’s practicing CRNAs. You administer roughly 43 million anesthetics a year to patients throughout the United States, according to the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) Practice Profile Survey, which is nothing short of extraordinary.

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New Initiative to Improve Physician Job Satisfaction

And four more news items for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and CRNAs to peruse this week.

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The Advantages of Including Doctors in Quality Improvement

And four more news items for hospital administrators, health system leaders, practice managers, and other healthcare executives to peruse this week.

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How to Boost Operations and Revenue at Your Medical Practice

Rose Wagner, vice president of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA), recently highlighted several things medical practice executives can do to improve their organization’s revenue and performance, as reported last week by Healthcare Finance reports. Wagner’s recommendations can benefit different types of practice settings, from private solo practices, to partnerships, to hospital-run practices and multi-specialty groups owned by health systems. Read on to learn these helpful strategies and how to apply them at your practice.

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Tax Strategies and Estate-Planning Tips for Physicians

And four more news items for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and CRNAs to peruse this week.

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10 Facts About the ACS Verification Process for Trauma Centers

Previously, we furnished administrators and other hospital leaders interested in obtaining ACS (American College of Surgeons) verification—and evaluating and improving trauma care at their facilities—with an overview of the ACS verification, review, and consultation process. Today, we are pleased to provide further information, from duration of certificate validity to the number of trauma centers that have acquired ACS verification thus far, as shared by Dan Hamilton, public information associate for the association.

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How Millennials Could Reduce Hospital CEO Turnover in Rural Areas

And four more news items for hospital administrators, health system leaders, practice managers, and other healthcare executives to peruse this week

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9 Ways Physicians Can Turn Patient Complaints Around

And four more news items for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and CRNAs to peruse this week