TxANA not only strives to positively advance the collective agenda of more than 5,400 CRNAs (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) across the state of Texas, but we also aim to promote a dynamic collaboration between members and agencies in the healthcare field. TxANA implements a straightforward platform to inform and connect with its members through email updates, online advertising, and quarterly digital newsletters. These forms of communication are the fastest and most efficient ways for your company or agency to reach members of TxANA.
TxANA produces a newsletter every quarter that includes updates by the senior leadership of the association on meetings, events, best practices and available resources for its members. With that said, our newsletters provide a substantial opportunity for companies and agencies to advertise new products or services to thousands of CRNAs and eligible student members. Ad options range from 1/8th to a whole page, with a 10% rate discount for a year subscription.
The fastest and easiest way to reach our extensive network of members is through participation in the TxANA email blast and website updates. These updates give companies and agencies the means to inform members across the state of job opportunities, upcoming events, and overall general information. The content of an update is determined by the client and can also include links or attachments.
Membership dues to TxANA are not deductible as charitable contributions but may be deductible as a business expense for Federal Income tax purposes. 37.59% of the membership dues are spent on lobbying.
Under no circumstances shall the Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists (TxANA) or its agents be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages arising out of or in connection with this service, whether or not the damages were foreseeable and whether or not TxANA was advised of the possibility of such damages. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, TxANA’s aggregate liability to you (whether under contract, tort, statute or otherwise) shall not exceed the amount of fifty dollars. This limitation will apply even if the above stated remedy fails of its essential purpose.