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Anesthesiologists are highly trained physicians with at least four years of training in the medical specialty of anesthesiology following four years of college and four years of medical school. And with new anesthetic drugs and techniques constantly being introduced, that training never really stops.
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By Emil Engels, MD, MBA, CPC VSA President The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released two final rules in early November that will
CMS released its Proposed Rule for the Quality Payment Program Year 2 (CY 2018). Please note, this is a proposed rule and these policies may
(NIDA) is currently looking to reach anesthesiologists in Virginia and relay the importance of substance abuse training. NIDA recognizes that anesthesiologists often serve as pain management prescribers