Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids
Engage with Academy Leaders and Subject Matter Experts
Academy Position Statement: The Role of Audiologists with Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids
FDA Proposed Rule: Medical Devices, ENT Devices, and OTC Hearing Aids
OTC and DTC Hearing Aids: Academy Efforts and Member Resources
The Academy encourages all of its members to use its advocacy resources to learn about initiatives and get involved!
Federal activities seek to educate and shape national policies regarding hearing and balance health-care issues.
The Academy monitors state affairs to ensure the interests of audiologists are being represented.
Legislative Action Center
The Legislative Action Center keeps audiologists informed on important audiology issues.
Grassroots Advocacy Network
It is important for members of Congress to hear directly from audiologists, especially as they consider issues that will impact the profession. Grassroots advocacy is key to ensuring that audiologists’ interests are represented on Capitol Hill.
Government Relations News
Find up-to-date information regarding government relation news regarding the audiology profession.
The No Surprises Act—legislation designed to protect consumers against surprise medical billing in private insurance for most emergency…
In late December 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released guidance on the Health Care…
In response to reports of audiologists having difficulty getting paid for auditory evoked potential (AEP) services, the Academy…
Political Action Committee
Advocacy success is one of the primary goals of the Academy’s strategic plan. Get involved and contact your member of Congress and donate to the Academy’s Political Action Committee (PAC) to ensure your voice is heard.
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Reach federal candidates by contributing to the Academy’s Political Action Committee (PAC).
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