Resident Practice Management Education Tools
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 2015
ASA’s PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 2015, January 23-25, 2015 in Atlanta, is intended for anesthesiologists and practice administrators. Learn the latest information about the state of practice management including business and technology trends, changes in regulations and laws, and best practices to manage an anesthesiology practice in today’s environment. Enhance your knowledge with new learned strategies you can implement in your practice right away.
New! Evaluating a Practice online course for residents
ASA's new Evaluating a Practice online course provides the newly graduating physician anesthesiologist with knowledge to make an informed decision regarding the type of anesthesiology practice that best fits his/her professional and personal goals. Learn more and enroll now.
New! Basics of Coding and Billing Online Course
This new online course will provide residents with the knowledge and skills to improve coding accuracy; minimize the risk of an audit, and ensure that the practice receives revenue in a timely manner. Accurate and thorough documentation is the key to successful billing and payment. Learn more and enroll now.
Starting Out: A Practice Management Guide for Anesthesiology Residents
The recently updated Anesthesiology Residents Practice Management Guide was written to be a source of useful legal and regulatory advice for residents and anesthesiologists who are just starting out in their practice. Download the guide here (PDF format).
View Practice Management videos for residents.
Be sure to upgrade your ASA membership to active or affiliate as your career enters the next level. The ASA remains the premier organization that brings all anesthesia fields together to promote the specialty. Your membership is essential to sustaining the continued development of the profession. Through comprehensive continuing medical education, networking events and medical practice advocacy on the behalf of the society’s members, the ASA assists anesthesiologists in deepening their expertise and improving patient safety.