Value and Roles of CRNAs

Research shows that Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are the most cost-effective anesthesia providers with an exceptional safety record. In today's changing healthcare environment, patients want healthcare delivered with personal care, at a lower cost, with a high degree of confidence. CRNAs deliver all of these. So that you will have the information to better understand the role that anesthesia care and pain management play in the delivery of healthcare, this site will lead you to resources about the different types of anesthesia, what to expect during surgery, scientific research, and frequently asked questions about your care.

Click on the following link to view AANA's infographic "ANESTHESIA AND THE CHANGING HEALTHCARE LANDSCAPE

Role of the CRNA

CRNAs and Our Role in the Health Care System

Our goal is to be your resource and provide you with all of the factual and up-to-date information that you may need concerning Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) issues.

Below you will find resources to useful information about CRNAs and our role in the health care system.

The above information was provided by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists.
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