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Why Become an ASA Corporate Supporter?

When you need to reach the anesthesiology community, there’s no better choice than the American Society of Anesthesiologists. Our 50,000 plus members include anesthesiologists, anesthesiology residents and medical students, anesthesiologist assistants (AAs), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), AA students and CRNA students.

Who We Are

Founded in 1905, ASA is the premier anesthesiology professional society and represents more than 80% of all practicing anesthesiologists in the United States. ASA leads through Innovation in patient safety, clinical care, advocacy, education and research.

In a recent member survey, when asked to indicate all areas of daily work activity, ASA members provided the following information:

Area of Daily Work Activity

The break down for primary work setting and clinical practice for ASA members is shown below.

Primary Clinical Work Settings  Clinical Practice                    

What We Do

The Society’s top priority is to raise and maintain the standard of the medical practice of anesthesiology and improve patient care.  ASA’s educational activities cover the full continuum of an anesthesiologist’s practice.

ASA Annual Meeting: The premier educational and training event for anesthesiologists.  Content is presented using a variety of learning formats and more than 700 sessions are designed in nine clinical tracks.  Approximately 15,000 anesthesiologists and healthcare professionals attend the ASA annual meeting each year.

ASA Conference on Practice Management:  The conference focuses on updating anesthesiologists and practice managers on timely topics such as new government regulations or policies, tools to benchmark performance, trends in the workforce, and the latest payer challenges for anesthesia practice.

ASA NEWSLETTER:  The flagship monthly magazine of the profession that covers incisive opinions, diverse views and Society information.

Anesthesiology:  The world’s leading peer-reviewed research journal in anesthesia.

ASA Education Center: A customized on line learning management system where members can go to quickly access educational offerings in a variety of formats, many of which offer CME credit.

ASA is committed to working alongside our members, leaders and company representatives to adapt and provide leadership to our specialty and its stakeholders.


What Our Members Think

The 2012 member survey indicates that, of those members responding to the corporate supporter questions, 75 percent believe that the Corporate Supporter Program benefits ASA and its members. ASA members also have a positive attitude toward those companies in the Program, and 62 percent believe the companies in the Program are leaders in their respective fields.

Corporate Supporter Program Member Response

ASA Corporate Supporter Program

ASA Corporate Supporter Program provides:
• Exclusive opportunities for networking and year-round visibility
• Clear and consistent positioning of ASA corporate relationships to internal and external audiences
• Increased parity between the investment made and the value received for marketing commitments
• Increased value for ASA and its members through more meaningful relationships
• New opportunities to develop relevant engagement and connections to the membership

By collaborating together and sharing expertise, both ASA and its Corporate Supporters can better serve and communicate with the anesthesiology community.

For more information about becoming an ASA Corporate Supporter, please contact Sara Moser, director of marketing and corporate development, at (847) 268-9230 or by email.