Trident Anesthesia Group strives to be your Provider of Choice.  Conventional clinical practice guidelines, intended to reduce variation and improve care, also have drawbacks that can limit clinician buy-in.  In contrast, Trident Anesthesia Group’s Anesthesiologists (MDAs), Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) and Certified Anesthesia Assistants (CAAs) use standardized clinical assessment and management plans (SCAMPs) that offer a clinician-designed and -driven approach to the delivery of medicine. This approach accommodates localized individual and population patient differences, respects local providers’ clinical acumen, and keeps pace with the rapid growth of medical knowledge.

Quality Cost Satisfaction

Trident Anesthesia Group is a physician-led and -owned anesthesia services leader in South Carolina. We focus on healthcare’s “triple aim” – an approach to optimizing health system performance by simultaneously improving the patient experience, improving patient population health, and bending the curve of healthcare costs. Trident Anesthesia Group’s clinicians have leveraged the “triple aim” framework by applying it to surgical processes with an approach called the Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH).

The ultimate goal of the PSH model is to improve quality and patient safety by better care coordination through the entire surgical continuum. Trident Anesthesia Group assigns a physician team leader, the “perioperativist,” who provides seamless continuity of current best practices of care, while actively involving the patient, family, surgical team, and other healthcare stakeholders.

We provide critical evidence-based protocol-driven anesthesia management and consulting services. Trident Anesthesia deploys a full perioperative solution with the use of electronic medical records, quantitative and analytical management tools, processes, and reporting scorecards. Thus we enhance the quality of care, improve provider productivity, and manage your anesthesia costs.

We work to achieve operational efficiencies to improve perioperative throughput by helping to reduce same-day surgery cancellations, improve on-time first case starts, reduce room turnover times, and improve scheduling and room utilization rates. These collective efforts help reduce and maintain the hospital’s overall total anesthesia spend as well as direct and indirect surgical and operating room costs.

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