This document highlights the difference between the Anesthesia Services Conditions of Participation and the applicability of medical direction modifiers versus a non-medically directed CRNA case.
This presentation discusses issues around medical direction and supervision and its influence on the CRNA practice.
Important overview of the legislative process, government leadership, important dates, and other concepts for nurse anesthetists in the state of Missouri.
Please know that these are just examples and not necessarily recommendations or an endorsement by the association. These protocols can and should be designed and customized by the CRNA and the facility. It is important that these protocols incorporate established mechanisms for approval and a policy and procedure for review on a regular basis to ensure currency in practice as well as consistency with the formulary available in the facility.
The Missouri Association of Nurse Anesthetists (MoANA) has more than 1236 members. MoANA was founded in 1935 by 15 charter members, including Helen Lamb of St. Louis. She became the first president of MoANA and later served as president of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA), our parent organization.