Identify potential pre & post surgery issues earlier to avoid cancellations

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Today's anesthesiologist is more than just the guide who sees the patient through the entire surgical experience - now there is another critical role. As a patient and clinician leader in the 21st century, today's anesthesiologist becomes a true partner to patients in establishing desired outcomes, and leads clinicians to achieve that goal, increasing effectiveness, quality of care, and revenue.

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Towards a DOS Cancellation-Free System

The 21st Century Anesthesiologist

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Learn how to reduce DOS cancellations and get more referrals and revenue

Discover how to keep patients in constant contact with providers from surgery booking to post-operative care


Gregory B. Davis, M.D. is American Board of Anesthesiology-certified and graduate of the Harvard Medical School. He had his residency in Anesthesiology, and Perioperative Medicine and Pain Management from 1999-2002. Throughout his 20 years in practice, 17 years of which and up to this day had been with the East Carolina Anesthesia Associates as partner, medical director of it’s pre-admission center and concurrent chair of the quality department.

With 86% of patients consulting “Dr. Google” at the first sign of a health issue, and 90% of adults aged between 18-24 saying they would trust medical information shared by others on their social networks, the 21st century anesthesiologist needs to be the tech conduit between provider and patient. This white paper prepares the groundwork to that outcome.

A Must Read for Every Anesthesiologist Interested in Improving Patient Care with Technology


Perrin W. Jones, M.D. is American Board of Anesthesiology-certified and a 1999 graduate of Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He completed his Anesthesiology residency in 2003 from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, New Hampshire. He’s been an ECAA partner in Greenville, South Carolina for over 15 years.

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