It’s more than enough to keep a hospital administrator busy even on a slow day. The last thing you want to add to this list is dealing with the anesthesia service.
The old way of providing anesthesia can be costly, inefficient, and ineffective. A lack of infrastructure, financial resources, or leadership in the field of anesthesia can make or break your service.
There's a better way, contact Sweet Dreams Anesthesia.
There's no large, impersonal call center, where you're just another contract. Instead, when you call us, you'll speak directly with our hands on administration — we are experienced anesthesia care clinicians with business accumen, committed to partnering with you in this process and working with you to achieve your goals.
More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain with an economic financial impact greater than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined.
With an aging population, this trend is on the rise and doesn't show signs of stopping.
Many leading hospitals have found that with a comprehensive pain management program, that is strategically positioned, dynamically developed, and well run can attain strong profitability within a relatively short period of time while adding tremendous community value to patients.
We can help you develop a new pain management service line or turn your current pain management services around from negatively impacting your bottom line to improving your profitability, increasing your number of cases, and maximizing your center's efficiency and the patient’s convenience which strengthens your community reputation on all fronts. From a purely interventional program to a comprehensive management program we can help.
Pain Management provides care to those having few medical options and often cast aside by the medical community. Though remedies and interventions continue to grow, I often see these advancements and sometimes basic treatment options inaccessible for patients in smaller communities. Sweet Dreams Anesthesia wants to change that by bringing pain management in its entirety to rural America."