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September 28

Myers Lecture: Treatment of Larynx Cancer Evolves

The treatment landscape for advanced cancer of the larynx has changed considerably over the last two decades. Beyond advances in organ-sacrificing surgery, organ-preserving therapies have evolved, ... Read More

Cotton-Fitton Lecture: Pediatric Otolaryngology Training is Valuable

Recent surveys indicate that more than half of otolaryngology residents plan to pursue fellowship training, with pediatric otolaryngology a frequent choice. Advances in medicine allowing children with ... Read More

Academy Working to Develop Alternative Payment Models for Otolaryngology

The world of medical reimbursement is moving away from the traditional fee-for-service model toward other models, such as accountable care organizations (ACOs) and bundles. These new options will be ... Read More

Attitude, not Technology, Makes a Better Doctor

Medical science is using technology to drive improved outcomes, but taking a step back from those advances could make you a better doctor—with the luck of the Irish. The luck of the Irish isn't ... Read More

Opening Ceremony: Dealing with a World of Change

The world of healthcare is changing with the advent of new attitudes, new regulations, and new technology, which is reflected throughout the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO℠  and Sunday's ... Read More