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Exciting Things to Come from the CQ Audiology Advisory Council

CQ Partners 20-person Council is comprised of Audiologists from all across the country in a variety of clinical settings; all with a common goal of bridging clinical and business best practices to better serve patients with hearing loss. Purpose of The Council The Council brings together experts in the field of audiology and provides our …

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How I Talked a Tinnitus Patient off the Ledge in 4 Steps

When a tinnitus patient comes into your office, they are likely already overwhelmed with how it is impacting their life, and they may even have frustrations with how their tinnitus has been addressed in the past. The phrase “learn to live with it” is sometimes used as the catch-all for tinnitus problems.  While all of …

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Practice Differentiation: Seven Areas of Best Practice

The most important asset you have as a business owner/administrator is the people that work for you and the brand that you create to support your patients. The question we’re asked most often as practice consultants is “How can we set our practice apart from our competition and protect ourselves from industry disruptors?” Below are …

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What You Need to Know to Make an Informed Decision About Medicare Advantage

At CQ Partners, we believe that information is power and for you to continue to make informed decisions around managed care, we asked, Edward Braun, Senior Vice President, Managed Care, and Corporate Partnerships at Demant, for insight on Medicare Advantage and its continued growth. Medicare Advantage, often referred to as Medicare Part C or MA, …

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Patient Trust: Why It’s Important and Five Ways to Build It

According to the FBI, millions of elderly Americans fall victim to some type of financial scam or confidence scheme every year. If that’s not enough cause for concern, they’re being inundated by industry disrupters—managed care, discount plans, big boxes, and OTC (Bose and Apple)—after spending more than a year in isolation, fearing for their health …

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Tips for Optimizing Your Teleaudiology Techniques & Environment

Over the last year, businesses have faced the daunting task of trying to keep their doors open while remaining profitable during the pandemic. This has forced many to change their practices to accommodate customers safely in the new environment. A significant change in the hearing healthcare industry has of course been the utilization of remote …

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Six Easy Tips for Conducting an Effective Hearing Aid Evaluation

The most challenging aspect of addressing hearing loss is counseling the patient through the acceptance process of amplification. Even in countries where price is not a barrier, acceptance rates are still poor. Denial, cosmetics, stigma, and financial concerns remain the biggest barriers keeping more individuals from seeking treatment for their hearing loss sooner, before it …

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