CRNAs are multiplying at a great rate. The AANA actively pursued legislation (and got it) that prevents attendings from being paid more than 50% for each room they suprervise. There are plans in mutiple states to decrease suprervision by MDs of CRNAs. Pain management is being infiltrated by nurses as well. What the **** is the ASA doing about this? Why are the top members allowing MORE CRNAs to be trained when they know what it is doing to the future of the field? Is the fact that most of them will be retired before the chickens come home to roost a factor in this blatant sell-out?