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Michael Carron
Oct 26, 2019
In General Discussions
Congrats to Dr Bobby for raising an important issue. https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2019/10/26/michigan-health-care-bill-pre-approval-delays/40440183/
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Michael Carron
Mar 25, 2019
In General Discussions
Has anyone ran into TOTAL "Health" Care issues with any sinonasal procedure? Apparently they want six MONTHS of nasal steroids before they will consider any sinonasal procedure for anything. This includes even a septoplasty. This is bizarre in my opinion and is not in line with the AAOHNS Guidelines for septoplasty. Has anyone run into this?
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Michael Carron
Jan 11, 2019
In General Discussions
Dear Doctors, IF you are going to order imaging studies for pulsatile tinnitus which studies do you order and of which zones. Brain, skullbase and neck? Neck only? CT CTA MRA?
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Michael Carron
Dec 18, 2018
In General Discussions
http://drwes.blogspot.com/2018/12/doctors-right-to-privacy-is-moc.html
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Michael Carron
Dec 18, 2018
In General Discussions
September 7, 2018 Colleagues, The Executive Officers and members of the Council are pleased to announce that we enjoyed a busy yet successful year for our Society. We were able to offer a great series of quarterly meetings with a tremendous summer gathering at Crystal Mountain for our annual end of the year assembly. I would like to personally thank Karen Carter from the Wayne County Medical Society in addition to our Officers and Board for their insight and energy during the past year. Our dedicated sponsors who contribute time, energy and financial support are critical to the solvency of the Society and we thank them for their contributions. Of course, we wish to thank all of our Members who play a pivotal role in the support and maintenance of our Society through their efforts and participation. Our Society has a mission statement as outlined in our Constitution. “The object of the Society shall be the promotion of knowledge in all that relates to diseases of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures. The object is also to promote the interests of its membership. The Society seeks to have learned speakers who will bring the latest developments in the field to the membership. “Since our founding in 1910 the Society has strived to satisfy the mission and continues to do so today. Via our quarterly meetings, annual summer meeting, relationship with the Michigan State Medical Society and member participation we are able to continue to uphold the long tradition of the Michigan Otolaryngological Society. Our fast paced and pressured lives may diminish our desire to take the time and effort to participate in the Society but there are several easily overlooked benefits we make available to our members. The role of any professional society is to help define and set standards for their professional fields and to promote high standards of quality. This is accomplished through our ability to offer scientific and clinical continuing educational sessions, practice management assistance, coding and reimbursement advocacy, political representation at local and national levels, unveiling of technological advances, facilitation of Board of Medicine renewal requirements and of course comradery and esprit de corps. For those who are unable to attend a session in person we are working diligently to arrange for live streaming opportunities on our website. We thank you for initiating or continuing your membership. Please remember that the Society is ultimately designed to benefit its Members and willingly asks for your participation, comments and suggestions. I am honored this year to be the President of your Society and privileged to work with our Members, Executive Officers and Council to preserve and maintain our long history of success in continuing our objective. Respectfully Submitted, Michael A. Carron, M.D. MOS President
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