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Clinical & Operational Considerations for Re-opening your Practice Post-COVID-19

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As practice owners, we continue to face uncertainty about COVID-19 as a disease, the macoreconomic effects of the quarantines and stimulus packages, and consumer confidence coming out of this crisis. It does seem likely that, as essential health care providers, we will be able to continue serving patients with urgent needs as well as open for more regular business long …

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Robert Traynor joins Pivot Hearing as a Private Practice Consultant

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Robert Traynor joins Pivot Hearing as a Private Practice Consultant. Pivot Hearing announced today that Robert Traynor, Ed.D., MBA, FNAP, has joined the team as a Private Practice Consultant. There is a natural fit between Pivot Hearing and Robert Traynor, who in addition to being a thought leader and widely respected academic in the space, also owned a private practice …

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What can your hearing aid practice learn from Apple?

In Clinical Support, Community Marketing, Digital & Traditional Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Operational Best Practices, Physician Referral Marketing, Practice Branding, Practice Management Software by ChelseaLeave a Comment

Steve Jobs once said, “Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” We couldn’t agree more. And for a company like Apple, that’s a reality – they hire the best and brightest, put them in an inspiring workplace, and great things come out of that. But what about hearing aid professionals? …

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New patient? New process.

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Let me paint you a familiar picture. A new patient has an appointment, and you’re going through your pre-evaluation interview and diagnostics. You can find out a lot, but often not enough to be sure you’ll recommend the best solution for them. No matter how skilled and experienced you are, you’ve only known this person for a few minutes, so …