About The Bulletin
June 2023 – Vol. 42, No. 5
Academy Federal Legislative Priorities
Academy leaders advocate for Medicare physician payment and prior authorization reforms in Congress.
Happy New Year!
This year the masks are off, the pandemic has been declared “over,” and life is returning to normal.
Kathleen L. Yaremchuk, MD, MSA, AAO-HNS/F President
The Joy Is Still There
We must do a better job of acknowledging the joy of medicine while muting the unnecessary noise that is obscuring it.
James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F Executive Vice President and CEO
Announcing the 2023 Hall of Distinction Inductees
The AAO-HNS/F named 12 individuals to its Hall of Distinction.
WATCH: AAO-HNS President-Elect Sits Down with U.S. Rep. Kim Schrier to Discuss Health Policy
Dr. Backous visits with U.S. Representative Schrier to discuss the importance of physician advocacy.
WATCH: Lance A. Manning, MD, Discusses the Importance of Physician Advocacy
Learn about getting involved in advocacy and other important opportunities through the Academy.
Your Voice in Washington: ENT PAC Update
Whether supporting Congressional leadership, members of relevant committees, or physician leaders in Congress, ENT PAC is a key component of the Academy’s advocacy tool kit.
Pearls in the Management of the Aging Voice
Otolaryngologists play a key role in successfully treating the aging voice, thereby contributing to a high quality of life in older individuals.
WATCH: Get Engaged During #OTOMTG23
Annual Meeting Program Committee members join Dr. Chelius in discussing the state-of-the-art program that awaits attendees in Nashville, Tennessee.
AAO-HNSF 2023 Annual Meeting Guest Lecturers
See the 2023 lineup for the Honorary Guest Lectureships, a time-honored tradition at the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience.
Exploring What Nashville Has to Offer beyond #OTOMTG23
Nashville has emerged into a destination city bustling with visitors eager to explore everything it has to offer. So what should you expect from the Music City?
Hearing Health for the Aging Population
According to the National Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders, by age 65 one in three people experience difficulty hearing and that number quickly increases to 50% of the population by age 70.
A Primer for Improving the Quality and Accessibility of Medical Student Research in Otolaryngology
The authors discuss methods to increase early medical student involvement in otolaryngology research, to enhance the quality of database research, and to improve accessibility to research by diverse communities.
Pearls from Your Peers: Odontogenic Sinusitis
Zara M. Patel, MD, interviews John R. Craig, MD, about Odontogenic Sinusitis
Do You Qualify for a Travel Grant to the AAO-HNSF 2023 Annual Meeting & OTO Experience?
Grants are available to medical students, international members, Residents and Fellows-in-Training and Young Physicians.