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September 20

VA Study Group Holds Inaugural Meeting

Approximately 30 otolaryngologists working at Veteran Affairs Medical Centers around the country met for the first Veterans Administration Otolaryngologists Study Group on Sunday. The Veterans ... Read More

Alumni Receptions Scheduled for Tuesday Evening

The AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO EXPOSM is a learning experience and a great time to renew or develop friendships with peers at Tuesday evening Alumni Receptions. The Alumni Receptions will take ... Read More

Attend the International Reception

All registered international attendees and their spouses are invited to attend the International Reception from 8:00 pm-10:00 pm Tuesday at the San Diego Bayfront Hotel Sapphire Ballroom ... Read More

Screenings at Local Head Start

In an effort to give back to the Annual Meeting host city, two otolaryngologists, three audiologists, and six audiology doctoral students participated in a hearing screening program for children at ... Read More

Lunch with the Experts Provides Value

Getting a little face time with an expert in your field of practice is one of the many networking options available during the Annual Meeting. The new Lunch with the Experts program allows attendees ... Read More

Counseling an Important Part of HPV Treatment

The drastic increase in HPV-positive head and neck cancers means that otolaryngologists find themselves not only treating more infections and cancers but counseling patients about the sensitive topic ... Read More

Alternative Payment Models to Affect Otolaryngologists

Reimbursement has entered a new era with the advent of the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) that has led to the development of new payment models. “If you get part of your ... Read More

Endoscopic Approach Opens Up Middle Ear Anatomy

It has only been in the last decade that otolaryngologists have gained experience with middle ear endoscopic surgery. More recently the technique has gained popularity, especially with the ... Read More

HPV Making More Otolaryngologists Act as Counselors

Otolaryngologists increasingly are treating and counseling patients on the ticklish subject of HPV-associated head and neck cancers. A Monday Miniseminar reviewed treatment, clarified how HPV ... Read More

Multiple-Room Surgery Stirs Strong Opinions

Multiple-room surgery is a hot topic dominated more by opinion than data. That may change during a Tuesday Miniseminar when the results of a survey of otolaryngologists are released and ... Read More