Sep 15 2019


Sep 18 2019

Morrison Mahoney Partner Tony Abeln to Present at 2019 AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience

Morrison Mahoney Partner Tony Abeln will be a panelist at the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience in New Orleans, LA. Tony will contribute to the "Scary Cases 2019" panel on Sunday, September 15 at 3:45pm. The Scary Cases 2019 session utilizes a case-base, interactive approach to providing education in patient care and risk management. Exceptionally scary cases presented by well-known experts and experienced clinicians will focus on what has gone wrong in the management of otolaryngology patients. Each expert will present a specific case that was difficult to manage, had unexpected morbidity, or resulted in litigation. Legal aspects of the case will be discussed by an experienced malpractice attorney. Attendees will participate with audience response system for key decisions during the case. Difficult cases are often great sources of learning. This session will provide education on how to anticipate and avoid unwanted outcomes. These cases are all new each year.

Tony joins other allied healthcare professionals and administrators in providing educational content and opportunities for academy members and otolaryngologists during the 4-day conference.

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 About the Conference

The AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience is “the world’s best gathering of otolaryngologists.” Held each fall, the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting & OTO Experience provides an opportunity for thousands of Academy members, non-member physicians, allied health professionals, and administrators.

About the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF)

The AAO-HNSF ensures the future of the specialty through endowed lectures, research grants, International Visiting Scholarships (IVS), and humanitarian grants as well as providing opportunities specific to residents, young physicians, women, and promoting diversity of the specialty. The AAO-HNS foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Academy.