Category: Office Services

Office Services

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Hearing Care Business Management in the Covid-19 Era: Interview with Stephanie Grein of Sycle

A year ago, hearing care professionals were scrambling to keep their dispensing offices afloat amid the Covid-19 crisis. With their unique view on data related to audiology business practices during this period, Sycle quickly came up with several innovative solutions to help practice owners and managers. HR recently interviewed Sycle VP of Sales & Enterprise Services Stephanie Grein, MBA, about Sycle's perspectives on clinical business practices both during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Office Services

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Senior Access to Telehealth Technology May Be Limited

The article cites hurdles such as small icons, difficult-to-read typefaces, and inadequate captioning that hinder usage by those who may need the technologies the most, given their increased susceptibility to COVID-19.

Dispensing Networks

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Consult YHN Offers Actionable Plans for Hearing Care Business Recovery

Consult YHN has created, and continues to update, a central hub of COVID-19 resources, including guidance on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, PPP loan program, cash flow analysis, marketing and communication collateral, training webinars, telehealth support, and more.

Office Management Systems

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Audigy Launches ‘Advanced Telehealth Solution’ Features

The new advanced telehealth features come as a standard with Audigy’s proprietary “e-patient,” a web-based product that's said to help “visualize and simplify the hearing care process for patients and standardize operations for the practice.”

TeleHealth

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Warren and Rice Advocate to Attach Key Audiology Bill to COVID-19 Relief Packages

A bipartisan group is urging fellow Members of Congress to include provisions of the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (H.R. 4056/S. 2446) in upcoming COVID-19 packages. The bill would include eliminating physician order requirements, updating the Medicare statute to classify audiologists as (LLP) practitioners, and authorizing Medicare to reimburse audiologists for the Medicare-covered medically necessary treatment services.