This course will provide a review of the latest version of Phonak Target™ fitting software including how to perform a first fitting. The course will focus on the latest innovations in Phonak Target™ designed to help you define your fitting workflow.
This course will introduce the newest various wireless solutions available from Phonak including the Phonak Remote Control App, EasyCall and ComPilot Air II. In addition, we will provide a review of Roger Solutions for the adult including the Roger Pen and Roger Clip-On Mic.
Widex prides itself on the automatic capabilities of the Master program to adapt to the environment of the patient; however, at times, patients might want or need an additional setting. This course will review when to select additional programs and why.
Today's technology is increasingly complex. Understanding the impact of hearing loss on emotions and overall health is important so that the goal of offering patients choices that simplify their hearing life, make hearing easier and more enjoyable may be met. This course reviewed innovative technologies that set new standards of performance and personalization while providing convenient control and connectivity.
This course will review the importance of having flexible solutions accessible for sound therapy. It will discuss how different factors can influence the sounds we prefer to use, and how the ReSound Relief app can help you achieve ultimate flexibility and personalization for your patients with tinnitus.
Hearing practices are valuable business assets. Practices can be bought and sold. It is necessary to evaluate the worth of a practice for the purpose of selling and purchasing. This presentation will explore how to negotiate a sale or purchase and how to value a practice, and the presenters will discuss case studies of actual transactions. This course is part of a month-long program entitled Business Essentials for the New Millenium, presented in partnership with the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
With Widex’ sensogram and feedback test, we are able to complete precision fittings for our patients providing them with the most accurate fitting and best hearing at the first visit, reducing the amount of time they will need to spend in follow-up visits and increasing patient satisfaction.
This course takes a different approach by asking the question, "What can I do differently within the four walls of my practice to improve patients' acceptance of my recommendation?" The course intends to uncover several keys to in-clinic success.
This course will focus on the changing hearing aid dispensing landscape and the role of audiologists in this new paradigm. We will discuss our “real” competition in the marketplace and how we can best respond to position our profession for the changes ahead. Finally, we will define and describe the pros and cons of bundling and unbundling.
Join us to learn about binax, the next generation of BestSound Technology from Siemens. This webinar will describe Siemens new binax platform, highlighting both clinical and practical benefits to the hearing-care professional and hearing-instrument wearer. The new binax product portfolio will be introduced along with a new Bluetooth streamer and User Apps compatible with iPhone or Android smartphones.
Forces such as consolidation in industry, growth of manufacturer owned distribution networks, and expansion of big box retailers are necessitating a review of the hearing care delivery model. This presentation will focus on a new operational model that supports the clinical decision making skills of the audiologists as opposed to the traditional device-focused model. This course is part of a virtual conference, Unbundling: Nuts and Bolts for Hearing Care Practices, on AudiologyOnline in January 2015.
Personalization must be kept of mind in securing your stake as an innovative hearing health care expert that focuses on patient care in every environment. Knowing how noise management and directionality is implemented in hearing aids helps in providing appropriate recommendations and effective counseling. This course reviewed adaptive strategies including tools to assist in fitting and troubleshooting sessions.
This course will provide an overview of the importance of using evidence-based methods when providing clinical services in an unbundled billing model. Review of the ten year success of the UNC Hearing & Communication Center program will be discussed. This course is part of the virtual conference, Unbundling: Nuts and Bolts for Hearing Care Practices, taking place in January 2015 on AudiologyOnline.
This course discusses unbundling from a small practice perspective. Specific details about how to present unbundling and how to determine the cost for procedures will be discussed. This is part of the virtual conference, Unbundling: Nuts and Bolts for Hearing Care Practices, taking place on AudiologyOnline in January 2015.
Kim Cavitt, AuDKristin Robbins, AuD, Board Certified in AudiologyStephanie Sjoblad, AuD
Course: #25097Level: Intermediate
Friday, January 16, 2015 at 12:00 pm EST
CEUs/Hours Offered: ACAud/1.0; BAA/1.0; CAA/1.0; IHS/1.0; NZAS/1.0; SAC/1.0
Under Review: AAA/0.1 Intermediate; ASHA/0.1 Intermediate, Related
This course features a panel of audiologists who work in various types of practice settings, and have all been successful using an unbundled pricing model, sharing their experiences and tips. Dr. Kim Cavitt will moderate questions to the panelists and time will be allotted to enable course participants to ask questions as well.
This course is designed to introduce hearing healthcare professionals to Resound’s hearing instrument fitting software, ReSound Aventa 3, via a live demonstration. Instruction will be provided for all necessary functions including how to connect, how to complete a first fitting and how to make adjustments to the frequency response and advanced features. Questions are highly encouraged.
CEUs/Hours Offered: AAA/0.1 Intermediate; ACAud/1.0; AHIP/1.0; BAA/1.0; CAA/1.0; Calif. HADB/1.0 Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing Aid Related, Hearing ; IHS/1.0; Kansas DHE, LTS-S0035/1.0; NZAS/1.0; SAC/1.0
This course will provide a review of Roger Technology for adults including the Roger Pen and Roger Clip-On Mic. How Roger Technology works will be reviewed in addition to how each Roger device can be utilized by adults with hearing loss.