A nationally recognized tertiary care hospital in western Pennsylvania engaged NAPA to provide anesthesia services and at the same time, enhance operating room (OR) performance, safety, customer service, compliance and profitability.
BMJ Quality & Safety | January 28, 2016 | Written by Sarah Jo, Tim Xu, and Martin A. Makary Transparency can be a powerful driver of better healthcare quality.1 In 2013, it was proposed that recording video data in healthcare begin with the several medical procedures that are already video based (cardiac stent placemen
Transfusion | Volume 56, Feb 2016 | Written by Nicole R. Guinn, Jason R. Guercio, Thomas J. Hopkins, Aime Grimsley, Dinesh J. Kurian, Maria I. Jimenez, Michael P Bolognesi, Rebecca Schroeder, Solomon Aronson, on behalf of the Duke Perioperative Enhancement Team (POET) NAPA anesthesiologist, Jason R. Guercio, MD, co-authore
Profile Magazine | Issue: Q1/16 | Written by Nicholas Vroman Leslie Russo’s leadership development initiative promises to be a game-changer Leslie Russo, vice president of human resources for North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA), has shepherded the organization’s human resources programs and initiatives
When an advanced acute care facility with a cardiac surgical program, high-risk obstetric services and invasive cardiology was forced to close operating rooms due to staffing shortages, their administrative leadership selected the Mid-Atlantic division of NAPA as to overcome these challenges.
A busy orthopedic-focused, acute care hospital facility located near a large East Coast city was experiencing significant challenges. They were plagued with inadequate anesthesia staffing that ultimately led to poor customer service to patients, surgeons and hospital staff.