Successfully and effectively incorporating OTC hearing aids into your office without disruption to your workflow is possible. This course will describe lessons learned from early adopters.
Course created on February 15, 2023
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Director of Professional Development, Signia USA
Dr. Powers is the Director of Professional Development for field audiology Signia. She leads a top team of audiologists who consistently deliver interactive and effective education through innovative vehicles. In this role, she coordinates the delivery of new launch information and acts as a liaison to product management, sales, and marketing, as well as the global launch planning teams. She joined the Siemens team as a Clinical Educational Specialist more than 9 years ago progressing to the manager for the Midwest Education team at Signia before her appointment as Director. Dr. Powers practiced in a variety of hearing healthcare settings for 16 years prior to her time in manufacturing. She received her undergraduate degree from Northern Illinois University, her graduate degree from RUSH University in Chicago, and her doctorate from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences in Arizona.
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