HOSPITALS SERVED by Somnia
Serves as the primary resource, point person and advocates for CRNA team. Responsible for the implementation of all administrative, personnel, and clinical functions pertaining to the Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.
Sarah Bush VP Clinical Operations
Medical Director, Department of Anesthesiology
Dotted line report--Chief Operations Officer (COO)
Continuous monitoring of effective and efficient patient care initiatives by CRNAs, including but not limited to, chart audits, visual audits, scanning of medications, syringe labeling, documentation as part of our on-site quality program. Helps prepare and meet with CRNAs for OPPEs.
Liaison for CRNAs with anesthesiologists and Somnia administration as well as OR and hospital leadership.
Evaluates opportunities for improvements within the department and offers suggestions to implement positive change.
Coordinates, researches, implements and ensures compliance with regulatory agencies relating to all human resources activities concerning CRNAs with support of VP Ops, Administrator and Director of Quality.
Responsible for narcotic control, regulatory drug compliance, safety, radiation safety, infection control, Joint Commission, MACRA/MIPS reporting and OSHA compliance with support of Administrator, VP Ops and Medical Director.
Actively assists with CRNA benefit questions and collaborates with benefit plan administrators regarding problem resolution.
For detailed information on Chief CRNA's Essential Duties, Operation Duties, Budget/Financial Duties, Quality Duties, Compliance Duties and Administrative Duties, please see to it here.
All major policy and procedures as well as CRNA operating decisions are carried out by the Chief CRNA but are made mutually with the Site VP of Clinical Operations, Medical Director or Somnia Administrative support staff assigned to site.
Since 1996, Somnia (www.somniainc.com) has had singular focus on anesthesia--investing in clinician professional development—so patients can get the best care possible. We welcome and encourage applicants of all races, colors, genders, religions, sexual orientations, national origins, and disabilities, as well those who have served.