Economics for the Anesthesia Provider | Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance - New Orleans

Economics for the Anesthesia Provider | Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance - New Orleans

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Located right on the famous Bourbon Street in New Orleans at the historic Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter. Two courses over three days: Economics for the Anesthesia Provider (Friday) and Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance (Saturday & Sunday) including hands-on labs in the afternoons. See the full details below (scroll down).

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November 1st - 3rd | 2019

Economics for the Anesthesia Provider (Friday)
Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance for Anesthesia Providers (Saturday & Sunday)

I loved this program! I really appreciate you taking extra time to make sure everyone was comfortable before leaving. Thank you!
— Amanda Bush, CRNA

Astor Crowne Plaza - New Orleans French Quarter
739 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 962-0516

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Join us for two courses during this weekend in New Orleans! Friday: Economics for the Anesthesia Provider and/or Saturday & Sunday: Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance. See regional anesthesia and opioid-free anesthesia techniques in a whole new light! Network with fellow CRNAs in New Orleans and take advantage of the hands-on training in a way that only Twin Oaks Anesthesia can provide! Review the agenda and register for one or both courses. 

8 Class A CEs will be offered for the Economics for the Anesthesia Provider course pending approval from the AANA. 
16 Class A CEs will be offered for the Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance course pending approval from the AANA.


 
 

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CRNA Economics: A PDF of slides will be sent via email link for download to a device of your choosing 30 days prior to the course.

Please note that the 200+ page PDF course material will be provided via email link for download to a device of choice 30 days prior to the scheduled course. A hardcopy of the course material will be available as an option to attendees upon request at an additional cost. Twin Oaks Anesthesia is proud to be Green and lessening its carbon footprint as we provide educational services across the country.


Friday, November 1st | 2019
Economics for the Anesthesia Provider

This one-day course is designed for the modern-day anesthesia provider focusing on the economic challenges and options that are available. As we bring in expert speakers in each area, this will be a fantastic opportunity to take control of your career!

Here is a list of the topics we covered in 2018. As we make our final decision as to what will be covered based on last year's evaluations and current trends, we will update this page.

  • CRNA Fair Market Value

  • Know the Market / What to Ask for on Day 1

  • 1099 vs W-2 and Making the Transition

  • 1099 Tax Issue and Management

  • Insurance: Health/Dental 1099 vs W-2

  • Disability Insurance Overview

  • Malpractice/Tail

  • Loan Consolidation and Paying Back Student Loans

  • Business Start-Ups

  • Personal and Business Budgets

  • Business Management Issues "Yearly Minutes"

  • Investments: Personal and Business

  • Contracts and Proposals

  • Retirement

  • Anesthesia Billing and Reimbursement Issues

  • Mortgage Issues

  • Trickle-Down Anesthesia Economics

  • Overview of Accounting Deductions for Small Business Owners: Home Office Deductions, Travel, Car, Computer, and Depreciation

  • What is the Perfect Job for You?

  • CPA vs Finacial Planning

  • How to find 1099 Jobs

  • Office Anesthesia Pitfalls: Equipment Necessary for Office Anesthesia

  • Military CRNA Track Overview: Before and After Program Completion

Final Topics to be Determined.


Saturday, November 2nd | 2019
Comprehensive Review of Peripheral Nerve Blocks

A comprehensive review for anesthesia providers about the current practices of peripheral nerve blocks. This course is designed to provide the foundations of clinical regional anesthesia.

Orlando

7:30-8:00
Registration and Continental Breakfast provided

8:00-9:00
Fundamentals of nerve structure and local anesthetics & Exparel update

9:00-10:00
Risk Management and ultrasound reimbursement

10:00-11:00
Fundamentals of ultrasound, knobology, machine use basics plane vs axis needle visualization

11:00-12:00
Peripheral and central vascular access, introduction to ultrasound of the airway

12:00-13:00
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN

13:00-14:00
Superficial cervical plexus, begin brachial plexus blocks, interscalene

14:00-15:00
Superclavivcular, infraclavicular, axillary, PECs 1 & 2, serrates anterior plane, introduction to erector spinea

15:00-16:00
Hands-on station for neck and upper extremity focus

16:00-17:00
Hands-on station for needle guidance

17:00
Adjourn

Sunday, November 3rd | 2019
Current Ultrasound Guidance for the Anesthesia Provider

Exposure for anesthesia providers to the basic sciences, current literature, and latest techniques relating to the use of ultrasound in anesthesia practice, allowing the provider the necessary tools to practice safe and up-to-date ultrasound guided procedures.

Orlando

7:30-8:00
Sign-in and Continental Breakfast provided

8:00-9:00
Ultrasound of the neurosis, TAP techniques x 3

9:00-10:00
Ultrasound diagnosis of pneumothorax, femoral vascular and nerve techniques

10:00-11:00
Sciatic, popliteal, fascia iliaca, saphenous (adductor canal)

11:00-12:00
Placement and management of perineurial catheters

12:00-13:00
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN

13:00-14:00
Hands-on station for ultrasound of the spine

14:00-15:00
Hands-on station for ultrasound of the TAP

15:00-16:00
Hands-on station for femoral, sciatic, and popliteal

16:00-17:00
Hands-on station for comprehensive ultrasound practice

17:00
Adjourn

We are committed to stay a reasonable amount of time extra to ensure that the hands-on experience skills are ample to fit each attendee. The instructors and presenters vary per course dependent on availability and class size.