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Kick Start Revenue in your Practice Post-COVID-19

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Depending on where you’re located, you might already be up and running, or you may have weeks or months to wait before you’re able to resume any kind of normal business. Regardless of when you open, chances are that after the initial rush of pent-up demand, things might be slower than they were pre-COVID-19. When the time comes to re-open …

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Private Practice Resources for COVID-19

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We are in uncharted territory as private practice owners, and each day brings us new challenges and uncertainty. It is always our goal at Pivot Hearing to develop strategies and tools for our fellow private practice owners to help them achieve the patient care and business success they desire.  Pivot Hearing is working with HR, legal, financial and other experts …

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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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We had 81 RSVPs for our consumer seminar last week.

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While we are focusing the bulk of our marketing budget on digital vehicles moving forward, there are some traditional marketing activities that still work. We have developed a consumer seminar presentation that educates attendees on hearing loss and the connection with the brain and overall health. This presentation delivers that message in a way that both drives many to book …

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Bill Diles, M.A., Audiologist receives ADA’s Leo Doerfler award

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On Saturday, November 12, 2016, Bill Diles was presented with the Leo Doerfler award at the ADA Audacity convention in San Diego, CA. The Leo Doerfler Award is given to recognize an audiologist who has demonstrated outstanding clinical services in the community throughout his/her career. You can read more about the award, its history, and its namesake here. Bill was …

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Costco is already Costco and Whole Foods doesn’t sell hearing aids.

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I don’t know about you, but when I go to Whole Foods, the parking lot is packed – I often have to wait a few minutes or circle to try to find a spot. And when I go to Costco, it’s really busy too – I almost always have to park way at the back and walk a few minutes …

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Our target customers are Baby Boomers. But why do they seem like Millennials?

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Those of us who have been in practice for 20+ years have been long awaiting the promised Baby Boomers, who, as they turned 65, 70, and 75, would be flooding into our offices for hearing aids. In many ways, we are entering the golden age of our industry. Interestingly, a phenomenon called The Millennial Effect is changing Baby Boomers as …