Alan Gray is the Editor-in-Chief of Baret News. He is fanatical about spelling and grammar, but sometimes has problems with American word usage, such as "momentarily." When told his plane will land momentarily, he expects a "touch and go" landing, not to land in a few moments!

Surgical Information Systems (SIS) supports the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), as a part of its corporate program for pharmaceutical, medical device, anesthesia information management system and practice management companies.

The company provides unlimited support for the vital functions of ASA, which include member resources, professional development programming and specialty advancement.

The ASA Corporate Supporter program provides a unique opportunity to reach ASA members. Our collective goal is to advance the field of anesthesiology.” – John A. Thorner ASA Executive Vice President

ASA is fortunate to welcome SIS to the program and is proud to highlight the company’s expertise in perioperative anesthesia systems that improve clinical documentation and assist with regulatory compliance,” he added.

The SIS Anesthesia, is available in conjunction with the peri-operative solution with other surgical information systems.

The anesthesia analytics capabilities support anesthesia providers with the use of anesthesia documentation, aiding in retrospective analysis for safety, efficiency, and profitability improvement. Anesthesiologists are provided with important data such as anesthesia start and stop times as well as past performance that help physicians understand trends. I

Founded in 1905, the American Society of Anesthesiologists is an educational, research and scientific association with 46,000 members organized to raise and maintain the standards of the medical practice of anesthesiology and improve patient care.

 

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Alan Gray is the Editor-in-Chief of Baret News. He is fanatical about spelling and grammar, but sometimes has problems with American word usage, such as "momentarily."

When told his plane will land momentarily, he expects a "touch and go" landing, not to land in a few moments!