HOW TO REDUCE UNCERTAINTY AND
Sell More Hearing Aids
Discover How To Grow Your Practice in the New Normal
How some practices grew 25% in 2020, in spite of the pandemic
The top 3 disruptive forces in audiology in 2021 - and how to take advantage of them
The one strategy that most audiologists neglect that helps patients stick like glue
3 ways OTC is going to make audiologists’ lives easier (not to mention increase sales)
The boring, but simple way to improve reimbursement by 25 - 50%
Audiology, HIS, and HAD practice owners
Industry Thought Leaders
Find out best practices from industry thought leaders from MedPB, Oticon, Hearing Review, Sycle, Cognivue, and more. (Speaker details below.)
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Jan. 27 – Feb. 3
Chief Business Development Officer, MedPB
How To Attract More Private Pay Patients
To Optimize Revenue
A few years back, Kevin moved to Austin for the nightlife, now with COVID his gym and hiking are his entertainment. One of the top medical marketing experts in the world, Kevin trained as an audiologist and grew his first clinic by 800% in 12 months. Kevin will be kicking off our event by talking about the top challenges and opportunities in audiology today.
Editor-in-Chief, Hearing Review
Trends That Will Shape Audiology in 2021
When Karl isn’t hiking, fishing, and camping with his wife and their two teenage boys, he’s Editor-in-Chief of Hearing Review. Karl has been reporting on hearing healthcare issues for over 25 years. He has worked with some of the most distinguished researchers in the field to publish landmark articles on a wide range of topics including clinical issues and key findings of the hearing industry. Listen in to discover the 3 trends that will disrupt the audiology industry this year.
Co-Founder & CEO, Sycle Communication
How To Increase Practice Efficiency And Succeed in 2021
Joining us from Big Sky Country, Montana, Ridge is an established entrepreneur, having founded three successful companies prior to Sycle. In 2001, Ridge co-founded Sycle, audiology’s number one practice management software. Thanks to his offline experience in messaging, branding and design, Ridge helps create rich online experiences that are seamless to your patients. When Ridge isn’t working he spends every minute with his seven-year-old son who is in training to windsurf, mountain bike, and snowboard with Dad. Hear Ridge talk about connecting effortlessly with patients, while keeping your practice lean and efficient.
President & CEO, Cognivue
How Cognitive Screenings Affect Hearing Aid Acceptance Rates
Historically, patients put off getting hearing aids as long as seven years. A fact that frustrates us to no end. But now that untreated hearing loss has been associated with cognitive decline and mental agility, it’s time to offer patients the ability to measure their cognitive abilities. Joining us for our event is the President and CEO of Cognivue, Tom O’Neill. Tom has more than 25 years of experience at companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Bausch+Lomb, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, and Qiagen. Hear him talk about cognitive screening and acceptance rates.
Trends Affecting Audiology Today
Gary Rosenblum has been President of Oticon, Inc. since October of 2016. Gary is responsible for driving Oticon’s leadership in improving patient outcomes by providing life-changing technology to the US marketplace as well as delivering a best-in-class customer experience to hearing care professionals. Gary brings a rich understanding of how customers and consumers are adapting to a changing healthcare environment.
Dr. Gyl Kasewurm, Au.D.
Audiologist, Dr. Kasewurm’s Professional Hearing Services
The Simple Way to Build A Top-Performing Practice
If your practice is below par, you may want to listen to our interview with Dr. Gyl Kasewurm. Not only does she have a killer swing on the golf course, she has owned and operated a successful Professional Hearing Services (PHS) in St. Joseph, Michigan for over 30 years. Even better, she’s a coach and mentor to fellow practice owners and Women of Wonder. Hear her insights on how to respond to change in 2021.
Lori Trentacoste, Au.D.
Audiologist, Island Better Hearing
How to Adapt Your Practice to a Rapidly Changing Environment
When she isn’t educating the community about hearing loss, Lori works as an audiologist and owner of Island Better Hearing, one of the oldest family-owned and operated audiology and hearing aid dispensing practices in the tri- state area. Hear her talk about new service delivery options – and how that’s transformed her practice.
Robin Carson, Au.D.
Audiologist, Carson Hearing Care
How To Consistently Increase Acceptance Rates
When she’s not rescuing dogs, Dr. Robin Carson works as an audiologist at Carson Hearing Care. Born and raised in New England, she fell in love with everything Fort Worth, Texas, where she now lives with her husband Rod and their three children. Dr. Carson has been innovating ways to improve the patient journey. Join us to hear how patient care changed through COVID, how to explain the audiogram in an engaging way, and how to move patients along to take the next steps.
Dr. Whitney Swander
Audiologist, Hearing Healthcare Centers
Best Practices for Thriving in 2021
When Dr. Swander isn’t helping the Starkey Hearing Foundation with their mission in Africa, she’s an audiologist and practice owner of Hearing Healthcare Centers which has seven locations in Colorado. A Minnesota native, she’s never lost sight of her mission to help people restore their hearing. Listen to the best practices that kept her practices thriving through the worst of 2020.
Regional Vice President, West, Unitron
Improving the Patient Experience
In many ways COVID accelerated changes already happening in audiology. Ariz Slali is not only a regional VP for Unitron hearing aids, he’s married to an audiologist, offering him a unique perspective on what’s going on in the industry. Joining us from sunny California, Ariz offers insights on being open to change, building better relationships with clients and improving the patient experience.
Owner, Farrar Consulting
Why Most Practices Only Get Reimbursed a Fraction of the Bill & What to Do Instead
A Texas State University Bobcat with a Bachelor of Science in Health Professions and a major in Healthcare Administration, Christy has years of experience creating a more efficient approach to managed care that improves the patient experience, decreases administrative burdens, and improves a practice’s financial health. Christy lives in Richmond, Texas, with her husband and is Mom to 3 great kids. Hear her talk about how most practices leave money on the table, and the 3 things they should be doing instead.