Audiology Today May/June 2017
The American Academy of Audiology promotes quality hearing and balance care by advancing the profession of audiology through leadership, advocacy, education, public awareness, and support of research. Dive into the May/June 2017 Audiology Today issue below!
Regarding “The Impending Spondee Crisis,” by Frank Bialostzky (Audiology Today, Nov/Dec 2016, Vol 28, No 6)… .I’ve heard of indulging the younger generation, but this goes beyond the pale.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
With the changing landscape of hearing health care, many audiologists are seeking ways to distinguish themselves and their practices from other dispensing offices and big-box stores.
- Vestibular Assessment
- Vestibular Evaluation
- Vestibular Migraine
Research-based updates to vestibular assessment protocols can increase workflow efficiency for patients with central vestibular disorders, which can lead to a faster diagnosis.
- Testing and Diagnosis
Case history and its potential impact on testing “What medications do you take and why?”
Dr. Robert M. DiSogra, a AAA Foundation trustee, had an opportunity to talk with Dr. James Henry, 2017 Topics in Tinnitus lecturer, about his life’s work in the area of tinnitus.
This article discusses the development of a new outcome survey and its implementation as part of the routine protocol for service delivery in a private practice.
AudiologyNOW! is the world’s largest gathering of audiologists, hearing health-care providers, and, audiology students, providing attendees with the opportunity to experience four days of outstanding educational sessions, the latest in hearing and balance technology, and, of course, the chance to connect with colleagues from around the world. This year, AudiologyNOW! 2017, “Connect. Reconnect. Innovate in Indy,” did not disappoint!
- Hearing Loss
Welcome back to an ongoing series that challenges the audiologist to identify a diagnosis for a case study based on a listing and explanation of the nonaudiology and audiology test battery.
CODING AND REIMBURSEMENT | Communication with the Coding and Reimbursement Committee: How Members Contribute to Payer-Policy Advocacy
Many of you may be familiar with, or may have even used, the Academy’s e-mail box for submitting coding, reimbursement, and compliance-related questions.
For many students, the prospect of graduation can mean several things—the end of their tenure in academia, or perhaps the beginning of a fulfilling, lifelong career.
In an economy that necessitates careful consideration of expenses, it is understandable that health care professionals need to question the value of obtaining credentials. What is the value-added benefit for spending extra money to obtain a certification credential beyond a professional degree?
A two-part series of ACAE Corner articles in 2015 was devoted to the topic of global audiology education. The first article provided an international overview of audiology educational models and programs in different countries and geographical regions (Hall, 2015a).