Article: Evidence-Based Sinusitis
Experts discuss the subtle differences between recently released guidelines from IDSA and older guidelines from the AAO-HNS.
Article: Clinical Guidelines 101
Guidelines are becoming an essential component of clinical care. A look at their development and intended use.
Special Report: Pediatric Obesity and Sleep Apnea
A multidisciplinary approach to tackling sleep apnea in children.
Literature Review: Literature Review: A Roundup of Important Recent Studies
Routine ICU admission for all post-surgical OSA patients unnecessary; parent education for adenotonsillectomy risks; resident Facebook postings impact professionalism; no difference in life expectancy with HNSCC imaging modality; nasal steroids effective in chronic rhinosinusitis with polyposis; costs of laryngeal diseases.
Practice Management: Hiring a Public Relations Firm for Your Medical Practice
With more and more patients doing their own searching for the “right” doctors, those otolaryngologists who stand out the most—a goal usually accomplished with help from a reputable public relations firm—are more likely to get the lion’s share of business.
Viewpoints: How Doctors Should React to Cage Fighting
A a medical profession, we should consider striking a middle ground between those calling for a complete ban on the sport and those advocating freedom of choice.
Legal Matters: With Employees, Timely Documentation Is Key
Key documentation you should have in place for each of your employees.
Carefully weigh costs when deciding on a cloud technology.