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This program will cover the CMS standards on anesthesia services, including pre-anesthesia evaluations, post-anesthesia evaluations, hospital anesthesia policies, and deep sedation. Because deep sedation is considered an anesthesia, anesthesia standards are applicable to the emergency department, radiology, GI lab, pain clinic, and any place deep sedation is provided.
Our expert will also discuss four recent changes made in the anesthesia standards and review anesthesia FAQs CMS published. Hospitals are expected to develop policies, procedures and credentialing policies that reflect current anesthesia standards. Join the program and learn how your hospital can ensure compliance!
Your order includes:
|- Anesthesia as a continuum||- Who can administer anesthesia|
|- Anesthesia vs. analgesia||- Criteria for privileges|
|- Rescue capacity||- Board of directors' responsibilities|
|- Director of anesthesia services||- Post-anesthesia evaluations|
|- Documentation requirements||- Safety policies & infection control|
|- Assigning nursing personnel||- New outpatient assessment guideline|
|- IV administration training||- 48 hour post-anesthesia record requirements|
|- Scope of practice for CRNAs & anesthesia assistants||- Medical staff bylaws|
|- Medication errors & adverse events||- CMS deficiencies|
|- ED sedation||And so much more!|
Anyone involved with or interested in compliance regulations, including but not limited to: Chief of Anesthesia, Anesthesiologist, CRNAs, Anesthesia Assistants, Director of the OR and OR nurses, PACU Nurse Manager, Medical Credentialing Staff, Medical Safety Officer, Risk Manager, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), OB Nurses and Nurse Director, Quality Improvement Director, Regualtion and Accreditation Director, ED Directors and ED physicians, Nurse Educator, PI Director, Compliance Director, GI Department Directors and GI Physicans, Board Members, Medical Staff, Legal Counsel, and anyone who is involved in assisting with cases of anesthesia and moderate sedation.