MARYLAND SOCIETY OF ANESTHESIOLOGISTS
Registration is now open for the 2021 Virtual Federal Legislative Conference taking place Sunday, May 16 starting at 2:00pm CT.
You are encouraged to join for a unique opportunity to learn from physician and staff panelists about federal issues impacting the specialty, including Medicare reform and VA anesthesia care. ASA members will be provided with the health policy foundation and skills to effectively advocate for patient safety and the specialty at the highest level.
Registration for the 2021 Virtual Federal Legislative Conference is now open and complimentary to ASA member physician anesthesiologists, residents, certified anesthesiologist assistants (CAA), students, anesthesia practice administrators, and executives. Registration will close on Thursday, May 13 at 12:00pm CT. Please click here to register now for the 2021 Virtual Federal Legislative Conference.
Meet us in San Diego for ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2021
Mark your calendar and plan to meet us in sunny San Diego October 8-12 for world-class education, the latest research and innovations, and the chance to recharge with your colleagues. This year’s theme, Managing Change, Leading Innovation is all about your unique position as a natural leader as we move beyond COVID.
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The Maryland Society of Anesthesiologists (MSA) represents anesthesiologists throughout the State of Maryland and advocates policy that preserves the appropriateness and safety of the delivery of anesthesia care in Maryland. The Society is comprised of the anesthesiologists who practice within the city of Baltimore and the 24 counties of the State of Maryland.
The MSA has an obligation to our members and more importantly our patients to play an active role in the upholding of the standard of quality medical care. Patient safety is our primary concern.
We hope to achieve improved benefits for the Society’s members and to foster communication in our community!