any CRNAs as mid-level providers in the ICU? - page 3
coming from an academic institution, PA's and NP's are an integral part of our CCM team. are there any CRNA's here that work in the ICU's in such a capacity in addition to working in the OR? i... Read More
May 5, '07Quote from NRSKarenRNI like non-physician provider (NPP). It say what we do and is defined by medicare.CRNA's been part of my health system's code team for 30 years I've worked in it (2 facilities are teaching hospital's) along with providing majority of OR anesthesia care. The are the airway mgmt experts; our intern's and resident's placed the IV lines but if unsuccessful seen CRNA step in.
Mid Level definately insurance term to ensure proper pecking and insurance payment.
David Carpenter, PA-C