The Connecticut Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (CTANA) works on a state and national level to advocate for patient safety, access to quality healthcare services, scope of practice, educational funding and many other legislative and regulatory matters.
CTANA tracks state and federal legislation and regulations affecting nurse anesthesia practice. We provide testimony in the Connecticut Statehouse on issues that relate to our industry and professional practice.
CTANA works closely with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) on issues related to patient safety, access to healthcare, and cost-effective delivery of healthcare services. CTANA's Federal Political Director coordinates the association's advocacy efforts to ensure that federal policy initiatives achieve the goals of the association. We are more than 54,000 voices strong in our nation's capital!
The nearly 54,000 members of the AANA advance the interests of patient safety, access to healthcare, and cost-effective healthcare delivery through the association's advocacy agenda in Washington before Congress and the Administration. Your support of the AANA CRNA PAC is critical to these efforts.