SAMBA Link: SAMBA's New Quarterly Digital Newsletter

    Keeping You Up-to-Date on Ambulatory Anesthesia! SAMBA members have exclusive access to current and archived issues of the SAMBA Newsletters. To access featured articles and full issues, please login to your membership account or join SAMBA today. 

    SAMBA Link Volume 3 Quarter 1 Now Available

    The SAMBA Link March issue is now live on the SAMBA Website. Bringing you articles, updates, and features straight to your inbox, the March issue of the SAMBA Link includes the following articles.

    and more!To read the articles, visit the new blog here. 

    SAMBA Link Volume 2 Quarter 4 Now Available

    SAMBA Link’s December issue is now live.

    SAMBA Link focuses on in-depth, timely topics of interest in the ambulatory and office-based anesthesia specialty as well as association news and member profiles.

    Articles in this issue include:

    “Value — What’s (Y)ours?” an exploration of the value and growth of ambulatory anesthesia, by Katherine H. Dobie, MD

    “Trends in Regional Anesthesia for Breast Surgery” by Joshua Dooley, MD, and Srinivas Pyati, MD

    “Systemic Change Starts With You” by SAMBA President Michael Walsh, MD

    “SAMBA’s International Relations Committee Delivers Educational Offerings” a look at the work of the SAMBA International Relations Committee, by Leopoldo Rodriguez, MD

    Read the whole issue today.

    Penned by your peers on topics sure to resonate with you, SAMBA Link keeps you plugged in on topics and trends impacting your specialty and up to do date on SAMBA happenings.

     

     

    SAMBA Link Volume 2 Quarter 3 Now Available

    SAMBA Link’s October issue is now live.

    SAMBA Link focuses on in-depth, timely topics of interest in the ambulatory and office-based anesthesia specialty as well as association news and member profiles.

    Articles in this issue include:

    “Are You Benchmarking? You Should Be,” a case for measuring data, by SAMBA President Michael Walsh, MD

    “In Memoriam: Bernard V. Wetchler, MD, 1929-2016,” a piece on SAMBA’s late first president, by SAMBA Link Editor Kumar G. Belani, M.B.B.S., M.S.

    “Ambulatory Total Knee Arthroplasty: Are We There Yet?” by Girish P. Joshi, MBBS, MD, FFARCSI

    “Lean Management and the Role of the ASC Medical Director” by Douglas G. Merrill, MD, MBA, and Danielle Perret Karimi, MD

    “Should You Care About MACRA and MIPS?” a MACRA 101 to explain how the legislature affects you

    Read the whole issue.

    Penned by your peers on topics sure to resonate with you, SAMBA Link keeps you plugged in on topics and trends impacting your specialty and up to do date on SAMBA happenings.

     

    SAMBA Link Volume 2 Quarter 2 

    SAMBA Link’s Q2 2016 issue is now live.

    SAMBA Link focuses on in-depth, timely topics of interest in the ambulatory and office-based anesthesia specialty as well as association news and member profiles.

    Articles in this issue include:

    “Improving Hand Hygiene in the Perioperative Setting,” by Marc T. Pimentel and Richard D. Urman

    “Sugammadex Is Here: Implications for Ambulatory and Office-based Anesthesia Care,” by Kumar G. Belani

    “An Influential Force in Ambulatory Anesthesia,” celebrating the contributions of Walter G. Maurer, 2016 SAMBA Distinguished Service Award recipient, by Raafat S. Hannallah

    “Giving Thanks and Looking Ahead,” 2016 SAMBA President Michael Walsh’s inaugural President’s Beat column

    Read the whole issue.

    Penned by your peers on topics sure to resonate with you, SAMBA Link keeps you plugged in on topics and trends impacting your specialty and up to date on SAMBA happenings.

     

    SAMBA Link Volume 2 Q1

    Click Here to view SAMBA Link’s first issue of 2016 .

    SAMBA Link focuses on in-depth, timely topics of interest in the ambulatory and office-based anesthesia specialty as well as association news and member profiles.

    Articles in this issue include:

    “Dispelling Myths: Enhancing Science, Exploring New Blocks, Troubleshooting and Future Outlook,” by Nihal Eisa, MD, and Roy A. Greengrass, MD

    “Sneak Peek: SAMBA 31st Annual Meeting,”an overview of educational sessions on hot topics you won’t want to miss

    “How SCOR Data Helps Tennessee Ambulatory Surgery Center Prove Its Worth,” by E. Jane Brock, DO

    “Ambulatory Anesthesia: The Adventure of a Lifetime,” a look at Dr. Rebecca Twersky’s career highs and contributions to the specialty

    Read the whole issue now! (SAMBA Membership Required)