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Manager's Guide to Surgery's Ambulatory Anesthesia - July 2015

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J U LY 2 0 1 5 O U T P A T I E N TS U R G E R Y. N E T 6 5 extra Anesthetists who bring some type of value-added services improve the facility, while boosting their own stock as well. For example, a provider whose pre-sur- gical assessment thoroughly vets patients for risk factors — the body mass index over a certain number, the obstructive sleep apnea that complicates air- way management, the diabetic patient who needs to be first on the day's sched- ule, the clotting disorder that's a red flag for deep-vein thrombosis — is a safe- guard that puts surgeons at ease. An anesthesia provider's knowledge and expe- rience may be a rich source for educational in-services for staff and surgeons. A provider who is a pain management expert might even supplement an orthope- dic surgery center's business. They're diplomatic 4 APOLLO MEDICAL GROUP Call or visit our website to request a proposal. 812.518.0370 • www.apollomedicalgroup.net 100% Physician Owned and Operated Customized Anesthesia Practice Management

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