Anesthesia teams at several area hospitals are quitting June 30 amid a dispute over reconciliation payments to the company that employs them. North American Partners in Anesthesiology, or NAPA, accuses Commonwealth Health of reneging on its promise to pay
Does anyone know what’s going on here? I assume NAPA has played hardball like this at many other hospitals, all at the cost of the anesthesia providers, who are forced to move due to noncompetes. The other big losers are the hospital, the community and the surgeons. How long will the government allow the corporate practice of medicine to disrupt healthcare?
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