This podcast will touch on issues ranging from clinical to politics of anesthesiology and take a balanced, realistic approach based on the evidence.
The Business of Anesthesia Part 2
Please join me for Part 2 of this discussion with Joe Rodriguez MSN CRNA where we talk about the trials and tribulations of building an anesthesia company, being successful at it and all the pitfalls in between! Learn the ropes in this 2 part series!
The Business of Anesthesia Part 1
Learn about the business of anesthesia
Chronic Pain Management & CRNAs
Chronic pain practice and Nurse Anesthesiologists (CRNAs)
The Federal Trade Commission, Medicine, APRNs & Anti-Trust
I discuss the role of the FTC, the FTC staff report on competition and regulation of APRNs with FTCs Dr. Dan Gilman Attorney Advisor
You Have a Complaint Against Your License: Understand, Defend and Navigate
Meet lawyer Teresa M. Sanzio JD who has specialized in administrative law for over 22 years representing APRNs, RNs, Physicians and other healthcare professionals defend against license complaints. Sanzio does a great job of explaining the process, the dangers of going it alone, the possible outcomes and the best way to proceed. She relays this all in addition to stories about what NOT to do!
Dr Cameron Kyle-Sidell MD: ER/CCM on Covid 19 in Brooklyn NYC, Experiences, Theories & Treatments
Meet Emergency Medicine & Critical Care Physician Dr Cameron Kyle-Sidell. He has been on the front lines in one of the epicenters of Covid 19 in the US, Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn New York City.
Anesthesia is a business
This podcast attempts to open the very much closed doors the Medical community has maintained for far too long. Thank you for the bold discussions and the opening of eyes. Keep it up.
Well rounded perspective on “all things anesthesia” in 2020. Looking forward to listening to more episodes.
For actual facts this is the podcast you want to listen to.
Relevant info about relevant topics utilizing experts in the field and fact based evidence.