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09/09/2011 in press release
ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP® Physicians and Administrators To Speak at The American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery 2011 Annual Meeting September 11th-14th in San Francisco, CA
Six Practice Members to Share Expertise with their Colleagues
Tarrytown, NY, September 9th, 2011 – ENT and Allergy Associates (ENTA) is not just attending this year’s annual AAO-HNS meeting…it is serving up its knowledge, big time!
Of the nearly two dozen ENTA physicians who will travel to San Francisco on September 11th, five (plus the Practice CEO, Mr. Robert Glazer) will be presenting a total of 11 seminars to their fellow clinicians.
The convention, now in its 115th year, is the world’s largest and most important gathering of otolaryngologists. It draws more than 6,000 medical experts and professionals from around the world, and features instruction courses, mini-seminars, scientific oral presentations, honorary guest lectures, and numerous scientific posters.
The 2011 ENTA Presenters include:
Todd Schaeffer, MD:
Balloon Based Office Sinus Surgery Under Local Anesthesia
Jonathan Aviv, MD:
The Office Dysphagia Consult: Dx Management and Coding
Lee Eisenberg, MD:
1.Mini-seminar: EHR/EMR and "Meaningful Use": Efficient Strategies to Comply with Current and Future Mandates.
2.Mini-seminar: Applying PSQI: Metrics and More.
3.Mini-seminar: Health Care For All? Economics, Politics and Delivery Systems.
4.Business of Medicine for Residents and Fellows.
Marc Levine, MD:
ACS ultrasound course
Edward McCoul, MD:
1.Endoscopic skull base surgery and its impact on sinonasal-related quality of life.
2.Symptom score for rating the effects of Eustachian tube dysfunction
3.Evolution of Eustachian tube surgery: 300 years and counting
Robert Glazer, CEO
1.Marketing ENT Practices.
2.How to Negotiate Physician Employment Agreements.
More about ENTA: Each of ENT and Allergy Associates’ 37 clinical locations provides access to a full complement of services, including General Adult and Pediatric ENT, Voice and Swallowing, Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery, Disorders of the Inner Ear and Dizziness, Asthma, Clinical Immunology, Diagnostic Audiology, and Hearing Aid dispensing. Visit www.entandallergy.com for more information. The practice has a clinical alliance with the Mount Sinai Medical Center for the treatment of diseases of the head and neck and a partnership with the American Cancer Society to educate and treat patients with smoking disorders and cancer. The Practice has also expanded its clinical capabilities to include advanced Immunodeficiency trials.