Why do 42 other states regulate anesthesia services differently than Michigan?
Michigan’s current medical supervision law for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) is anti-health care access, anti-patient, and antiquated. Worse, it drives health care costs higher.
This website shares the research-based facts you need to know to understand why the the temporary supervision repeal works for Michigan patients and to make it permanent. The results will be better health care access with lower health care costs for Michigan patients and taxpayers.
Smart & Safe Health Care:
CRNA Howie Drews
It's time for smart, safe health care regulations in Michigan.
Changing Michigan’s outdated anesthesia model will give hospitals and health care facilities the flexibility needed to:
- Safely meet patient needs in underserved rural and urban communities
- End the turf war between what’s best for patients and taxpayers
- Help lower costs and out-of-pocket expenses for safe anesthesia
- Align Michigan’s anesthesia model with 42 other states