Healthcare providers who received CARES Act payments must now turn their attention to ensuring adequate documentation, timely reporting, and continued preparation for potential audits.
Articles tagged with "COVID19"
When deciding whether to perform tracheotomies during COVID-19 required laryngologists to balance important medical and resource needs with the possibly grave infection risks to medical personnel.
New but limited data have emerged suggesting that oral steroids with olfactory training may be a safe and effective treatment for loss of smell due to COVID-19.
Will there be a lost generation of otolaryngology residents, learners, and junior-to-mid-career attendings?
Significant aerosol levels were generated during cadaveric simulation of mastoidectomy, and aerosol spikes were appreciated during cochlear implantation in live patients.
For this month’s “From the Editor,” I wanted to show how committed ENTtoday’s board members and colleagues are to receiving the vaccine.