2012 Anesthesia E-ssential Back Issues

 

 2012 Back Issues

 
78. December 14, 2012 - Board of Directors Approves Updates to Professional Practice Manual Documents
 
77. November 30, 2012 - New Tools Help Clinicians Ensure That Every Injection is Safe
 
76. November 15, 2012 - Medicare Agency Rules in Favor of Patient Access to CRNA Care
 
75. October 30, 2012 - FDA Releases Customer Lists of Compounding Pharmacy Implicated in Fungal Meningitis Outbreak
 
74. October 15, 2012 - Celebrate National Nurse Anesthetists Week
 
73. October 1, 2012 - Registration Now Open for Advanced Pain Management Certificate Program
 
72. September 17, 2012 - Register Now for Redesigned Fall Assembly Leadership Academy
 
71. August 30, 2012 - New AANA Book Provides Guidance on Crises during Anesthesia Care
 
70. July 30, 2012 - Colorado Appellate Court Upholds Opt-Out from Federal Anesthesia Rule
 
69. July 13, 2012 - AANA Applauds Medicare Agency for Proposing to Resume Patient Access to CRNA Pain Care Services
68. June 29, 2012 - AANA Election Results Announced
 
67. June 15, 2012 - HHS Office of Inspector General Opinion Finds Potential Anti-Kickback Violations in Anesthesia Arrangements with ASCs

66. May 30, 2012 - AANA 2012 Election Ends June 19—Did You Receive Your Ballot?
 
65. May 15, 2012 - AANA 2012 Election Begins
 
64. April 30, 2012 - Kentucky Gov. Beshear Removes Physician Supervision for Nurse Anesthetists
 
63. April 13, 2012 - Potential for Wrong Route Errors with Exparel
 
62. March 30, 2012 - Journal Anesthesiology Confirms that Anesthesiologist Supervision Often Lapses


61. March 15, 2012 - New Video Hypes Annual Meeting Event
in August 2012


60. February 29, 2012 - Your Input Needed: Supplemental Liability Insurance for Employed CRNAs

 
59. February 15, 2012 - An Update from President Debra Malina, CRNA, DNSc, MBA, on the Proposed Continued Professional Certification Plan
 
58. January 30, 2012 - New Air Force Policy Recognizes Full Scope of Nurse Anesthetist Practice
 
57. January 13, 2012 - AHA Submits Brief in Support of the Colorado Opt-Out