Ep 206: From the OR to the C-Suite with Randy Moore

 

Check out the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed.

On This Episode:

Randy Moore, DNP, MBA, CRNA, left his role as the AANA CEO about a year ago to take over as Chief Anesthetist Officer at NorthStar Anesthesia. It was a little surprising because it seemed like a great long-term position, but the reasons for his departure make sense when you hear him explain his vision moving forward.

Now at NorthStar, Randy has the goal of giving CRNAs the best possible employment in every market they serve and he brings the leadership experience and the passion to get that done. That’s why we’ve invited our friend and colleague onto the show to catch up on this huge career change. On this episode, he’ll talk about the transition into this new role as CAO, his goals for CRNAs in the workforce, and the biggest challenges he faced at the AANA.

Here are some of the things you’ll learn on this show:

  • What attracted him to this new position at NorthStar. (3:06)
  • What pushed him to move from the OR to a leadership career track. (9:10)
  • The characteristics that high-performing executives possess. (12:51)
  • Some of the reasons behind the decision to leave the AANA. (17:19)
  • How he would structure the AANA CEO position to allow for more balance between work and time spent with the board. (25:18)
  • How he thinks he can impact the profession more positively in this new role. (31:57)

Check out the interview at the top of the page and use the timestamps to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed.

 


“We’ve got to be very focused on developing, promoting, rewarding, positioning CRNAs to be successful within the company and to have a big voice and a high level of influence, and I spend a huge amount of my time focused on that.”

-Randy Moore, DNP, MBA, CRNA

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