Over the past several years, the field of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery has seen a dramatic rise of technology-driven procedures. Aimed to improve patient satisfaction and be cost-effective, many of these procedures are minimal in nature, often replace more extensive procedures and increasingly been performed in the office. Along with exploring the technique and indications, it will be important for practitioners to understand the business side of their application and how the changing landscape of healthcare reimbursement may impact their practice.
Nationally renowned speakers in both academia and private practice, along with faculty from the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Kansas, will lecture, sit on panels and proctor a cadaver lab. Attendees can earn 14.5 CME credits (Category 1) for participating in this short course.
Designed to appeal to Otolaryngologists in practice, allied health practitioners and physicians-in-training, the symposium will cover the following topics in Otolaryngology: