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    Can you believe CRNAs (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) have been providing anesthesia services in the U.S. for over 150 years? During the American Civil War, nurses provided anesthesia services to wounded soldiers on the battlefield. During WWI, they became the predominant anesthesia provid...

    Sonya Brown, CRNA | January 23, 2020

  • Lessons from the Career of a Locum CRNA — Renee S.

    Renee S. is a newly retired CRNA. Out of almost 50 years of her career in healthcare, she spent 15 years as a locum tenens provider. “It worked out really well,” she said. “I mean, like I said, [my locum tenens work] went on for 15 years. That was in 2004. In 2007, I even branched out to the Virgin ...

    Ellen Lowry | January 20, 2020

  • 7 Ways to Show Your Value in the Operating Room

    You seem to fit perfectly in the organization’s anesthesia department and hope to extend your stay. From learning a surgeon’s preferences, to properly documenting the care you give, here are seven ways to show you’re a valuable member of the surgical team:...

    Teresa Otto, MD | January 16, 2020

  • Backstage at Barton: Introducing Hannah N.

    Hannah N. started her career with Barton Associates in November of 2018 as a clinical services group (CSG) group manager for account management at Barton’s Austin, Texas office. One of Hannah’s favorite things about Barton Associates is her coworkers. “I love the people here,” she said. “Obviously ...

    Chris Keeley | January 14, 2020

  • Locum Tenens Tax Webinar 2020: Featuring Andrew D. Schwartz, CPA

    Tax season is a headache for everyone, but it seemingly becomes more complicated for independent contractors. Luckily for you, it doesn't need to be that way. It is important to learn how to handle your unique tax situation, and this year, Barton Associates is here to help you through the process....

    Chris Keeley | January 13, 2020

  • How to Come Back From a Bad Day

    We’ve all had them. Phone calls interrupt you every time you try to place an order. You don’t have time to review a patient’s chart without being called away for an emergency. You spill coffee on your clothes. Something. Anything. Everything. Your least favorite nurse and ER doctor are on duty with ...

    Gail Clifford, MD | January 09, 2020

  • Vacation Between Assignments

    How do you relax during your locum assignment “down” time? Finding things you can do, exciting or relaxing, is an important part of your daily life. Identify things you can do – a half hour, an hour, an afternoon, a day, a weekend, a week. Make as long a list as you can. Then, make a point of doing ...

    Gail Clifford, MD | January 07, 2020

  • Things to Consider When Going Locum

    Maybe you have already made the transition into locum tenens work, or perhaps you are considering it as an option. Here are several topics you might think about while on your quest for your new or next locum assignment....

    Sonya Brown, CRNA | January 02, 2020

  • Tax Tips for the Independent Contractor

    It’s that dreaded time of the year again when we must start thinking about taxes and as an independent contractor, you must also consider your allowable business expenses. According to the IRS, a business expense must be both ordinary and necessary. An ordinary expense is one that is common and acce...

    Sonya Brown, CRNA | December 31, 2019

  • Three Attainable New Year's Resolutions for a Locum Tenens Clinician

    Most New Year's resolutions fail by January 12th, at least for resolutions involving exercise and dieting. Other popular resolutions, such as improved money management, stress management, and working on relationships, barely fare better. Overall, 80 percent of all New Year’s resolutions are history ...

    Teresa Otto, MD | December 26, 2019

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