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September 30

Upcoming Coding Workshops

ICD-10 was launched October 1, so learning to use the new billing codes is a necessity. Learn more about ICD-10 at AAO-HNSF coding workshops scheduled for the coming months. To learn more about the ... Read More

Tuesday Passport Winners Announced

Congratulations to Tuesday's Daily AAO-HNS Passport winners: Adiel Asch, MD Hung Dang, MD Doug Anderson, MD Chuck Reese, MD Vini Balakrishnan, MD Please stop by the Member Resources ... Read More

SRF Elects New Officers for Coming Year

The Section of Residents and Fellows-in-Training (SRF) elected officers for the coming year at its General Assembly Tuesday. The new officers are: Chair: Meghan N. Wilson, MD Vice Chair: Peter ... Read More

YPS Selects New Officers

The Young Physicians Section (YPS) Governing Council designated the following individuals as their new GC representatives for the coming year during the YPS General Assembly Tuesday. The new YPS ... Read More

BOG Executive Committee Election Results

The Board of Governors (BOG) elected new officers to serve in the coming year. The new officers are: BOG Chair-Elect: Stacey L. Ishman, MD, MPH BOG Secretary: Ken Yanagisawa, MD ... Read More

AAO-HNSF Receives ACCME Accreditation with Commendation

The AAO-HNSF has recently been awarded the distinction of Accreditation with Commendation by our accrediting board, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). This status is ... Read More

New Sinusitis Guideline Eases Antibiotic Use

The new clinical practice guideline for adult sinusitis that was published in April will be discussed in a Mini-seminar today. The new guideline makes a stronger recommendation on withholding ... Read More

Panelists to Share Tips in Treating Vocal Fold Paralysis

A panel of experts will use case studies to share their techniques and the latest trends in the treatment of vocal fold paralysis during a Miniseminar this morning. “In the last 10 years, there has ... Read More

Scale, Reimbursement Dominate Vision of Future

In many ways, healthcare seems to be on an unstable tectonic plate, with temblors causing shifts—small and large—in the way physicians and medical institutions function. Tuesday, panelists at the ... Read More

Tinnitus Research Advancing Treatment

Tinnitus is a persistent problem for which there is no cure, but new neurobiology research shows the promise of developing effective treatments. In addition, an AAO-HNSF guideline and the research of ... Read More