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Coronis Health to Attend ASA® ADVANCE 2024Coronis Health to Attend

January 24, 2024

Coronis Health, a trusted name in anesthesia billing and practice management, is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at ASA® ADVANCE 24, hosted by the American Society of Anesthesiologists® (ASA). ASA ADVANCE 2024: The Anesthesiology Business Event is being held January 26-28 at the Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Per the ASA, ASA ADVANCE 24 is an opportunity to “gather fresh perspectives, transformative technologies and practical tools.” The ASA ADVANCE 24 annual meeting is the premiere place to be if your specialty is anesthesia. Learn and interact with specialists in your field, all in one place.

The ASA ADVANCE has always been such an important conference because it mirrors what we try to do at Coronis Health—incorporate and provide the latest technological advantages to our providers. It is a learning opportunity for all those working in the field of anesthesia.

As leaders in anesthesia billing and practice management, Coronis captures your claims, manages your practice and provides the unparalleled information you need to manage your practice. Using the Anesthesia Touch™ AIMS system in tandem with our F1RSTAnesthesia billing platform streamlines the capture of real-time anesthesia data, enabling anesthesia providers to deliver safe, effective care to patients.

We are thrilled to take part in ASA ADVANCE 2024 as an exhibitor. With our extensive experience and innovative technology, our representatives are prepared to make meaningful connections with anesthesia professionals and identify their needs so that we can help them develop tailored solutions in healthcare’s constantly changing landscape.

You can find Coronis at Booth #503 at the Paris Las Vegas.  If you have questions about this topic, please contact your account executive or you can reach out to us at

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