Features

November 2019 – Vol. 38, No. 10

#OTOMTG19: Where Experts and Science Converged in New Orleans

There was a global connection of the specialty, unified by expert presenters and the latest research, covering 11 specialty areas via 10 groundbreaking education program formats. There was more than an acre and a half of vendors with emerging technologies, devices, and resources for patient care. There were networking opportunities that provided camaraderie and connection.

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Five more questions to ask your administrator

You can’t be everywhere in your practice at once. Therefore, you need to rely on your administrator to run your business. You can stay apprised by asking them some standard questions. We started with five questions a few months ago, and here are five more.

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Q&A with the ASPO leadership

What are the most pressing issues facing pediatric otolaryngology, both domestically and globally?

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Building a world of expert peer reviewers: Resident Reviewer Development Program

Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery invites residents to apply to enroll in the Resident Reviewer Development Program. The Resident Reviewer Development Program pairs qualified residents with seasoned peer reviewers to foster the growth and development of the next generation of otolaryngology peer reviewers.

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Richard M. Rosenfeld, MD, MPH, MBA: 5-time AAO-HNS Distinguished Service Award Recipient

A special congratulations goes to Richard M. Rosenfeld, MD, MPH, MBA, for being the only five-time recipient of the AAO-HNS Distinguished Service Award (DSA) in Academy history.

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New Opportunity: Earn ABOHNS Continuing Certification credit with accredited CME

The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®) and the American Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (ABOHNS) have collaborated to expand opportunities for ABOHNS Board-Certified Physicians to receive Continuing Certification (formerly known as Maintenance of Certification or MOC) credit for the high-quality accredited continuing medical education (CME) activities you are already participating in—including many of the activities offered by the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF).

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Recognizing 36-, 35- and 34- year members

In August, the Academy launched a program to celebrate our new lifetime and 30-year members. Since then and over the next several months, we will recognize those with over 30 years of membership. On behalf of the Board of Directors, we thank the following physicians for 36, 35 and 34 years of continuous membership and their invaluable contributions to the Academy and our specialty.

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SPONSORED CONTENT FROM AAO-HNS ACADEMY ADVANTAGE PARTNER: The American Institute of Balance: Become an AIB Center of Specialty Care: Turn good medicine into good business

Patients with complaints of dizziness, vertigo, and fall risk are increasingly seeking care from otolaryngologists. Most of these patients, however, are not candidates for surgical management. This offers a wealth of opportunities to expand and increase nonsurgical, office-based ancillary services, enhance patient care, and generate new revenue sources. Office-based vestibular balance diagnostic services can easily and affordably be operated successfully within small to large ENT group practices.

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Annual Meeting Webcasts

Did you attend #OTOMTG19 as a “Full Conference” registrant? If so, your education opportunities didn’t end when you departed New Orleans, LA. With your registration, you receive unlimited access to all 2019 recorded education sessions through AcademyU for three years.

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