Audiology Today November/December 2018

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Adult Group Aural Rehabilitation: Implementing a Successful Program

This article offers insight into creating and implementing an effective group adult aural rehabilitation program.

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Stop the Madness: Verify Hearing Aid Fittings! Hope for the Future? (Title inspired by Roeser and Clark (2008))

One student noted an increase in the use of REM by audiologists after they experienced a decrease in return visits when they performed REM.

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CODING AND REIMBURSEMENT | Demystifying CPT Code 92700

There are Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for almost every audiology procedure that exists. It is important to use the code that most accurately represents the audiologic procedure or service provided, which is often very straightforward.  

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OPINION EDITORIAL | A Passion for Advising From the SAA Advisor at Purdue

In August 2015, I began employment at Purdue University, hired as a clinical assistant professor in Audiology. My primary responsibilities include clinical supervision and education of first- and second-year AuD students.

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Audiology Needs a Paradigm Shift: Moving From a “Condition-Based” Paradigm to a “Resource-Based” Paradigm

Why is society so indifferent toward hearing care? Does it really matter if it is? And, if it does matter, what should we be doing to make hearing care relevant?

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KNOW HOW | Improving the Patient Experience

Audiology, as a profession, is ever changing, growing, and evolving. Once again, with the upcoming over-the-counter hearing aid definition and Merit-Based Incentive Payment System, we all are trying to look in our crystal balls to see what the future holds.

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

The hearing aid industry has its share of visionary engineers and scientists who, despite unforeseen difficulties and constraints, persevered and are responsible for the advances and inventions in hearing aid amplification taken for granted by clinicians today.

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AUDIOLOGY ADVOCATE | Hearing Aid Coverage for Children is Necessary: Let Nebraska Show You How

While we pursue independence and autonomy for audiologists across the United States, it is of dire importance that we continue to do the same for our patients.

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