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Finally — a private practice solution for 3rd parties.

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If you’re like most private practices, you’ve seen a major uptick in patients with 3rd party plans in the past few years. Approximately 1/3 of all Medicare beneficiaries are currently in Medicare Advantage plans, which provide hearing aid benefits. Even if you’ve remained somewhat immune to 3rd parties, you’re likely feeling downward price pressure from other places …

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How will you attract and serve patients going forward?

In Digital & Traditional Marketing, Operational Best Practices, Practice Branding, Unique Sales Process by ChelseaLeave a Comment

Even before COVID-19 turned the entire world upside down, hearing care practices were dealing with a revolution of their own. Baby Boomers are the primary demographic of patients new to our practices, and they are very different consumers from the ones that preceded them in the Greatest Generation. They don’t respond to marketing, counseling, or …

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How to un-flatten your practice revenue curve

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If you’ve consumed any news since the COVID-19 pandemic began, then you’re familiar with the term “flatten the curve,” meant to describe the programs designed to ensure hospitals weren’t inundated with sick patients during the virus outbreak. In the vast majority of places around the world, communities have successfully done just that. As retail and services open …

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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 …

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To bundle or unbundle – is that even the question?

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Elevate yourself as a hearing healthcare professional by changing your interaction with patients from “selling hearing aids” to “providing long term better hearing.” If you’re not offering hearing aid leasing yet in your practice, then you’re missing out. The Pivot Hearing Leasing Program is designed to enable your patients to obtain great technology at an …

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The Hearing Aid Test Drive: A Whole-Practice Approach for the New Consumer

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Private practices are facing unprecedented market forces that are making it harder than ever to compete. Learn about a strategy for tackling these challenges head on that puts the patient at the center – it’s called The Hearing Aid Test Drive ™. Watch Pivot Hearing’s AudiologyOnline webinar at your convenience. AO content is open access (free) so you …

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Robert Traynor joins Pivot Hearing as a Private Practice Consultant

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

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, …

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Are you getting paid (correctly)?

In Finance & Accounting, Operational Best Practices, Practice Management Software by ChelseaLeave a Comment

Like it or not, insurance has become a larger and larger part of our businesses.   Navigating insurance billing regulations and procedures can be intimidating and overwhelming for practice owners and their staff. Hiring a local billing person or company to handle insurance for you can be appealing, but rarely do these organizations have the …