Amplifon Hearing Health Care (AHHC) announced that it recently received full URAC Health Utilization Management (HUM) accreditation, reportedly “becoming the first hearing healthcare organization in the country to achieve this recognition.”

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According to the announcement, HUM accreditation demonstrates an organization’s commitment, and ability, to prevent unnecessary costs, ensure accessibility, quality and timeliness of care, and certify adherence to compliance regulations.

URAC’s accreditation is also recognized by nearly every state and federal government, as it evaluates organizations against a set of established and evidence-based measures.

“This gold-standard recognition means consumers, our partners and our nationwide network of hearing care providers can count on us like never before,” said Guillaume Bonniol, senior vice president of Amplifon Hearing Health Care. “We are incredibly excited to have achieved this accreditation and are proud of what it represents for our organization and our entire team.” 

After more than a year of preparation, foundation building, and assessment, AHHC’s full accreditation began July 1. Alongside the HUM accreditation, AHHC also received NCQA accreditation in 2020.

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About Amplifon Americas

Amplifon Americas, a division of Amplifon Group, is a provider of hearing health care solutions in the US and Canada. Headquartered in downtown Minneapolis, Amplifon Americas is made up of nearly 900 employees dedicated to serving the diverse needs of its customers through four unique and independent brands: Miracle-Ear, Elite Hearing Network, Amplifon Hearing Health Care, and Amplifon Canada.

About Amplifon Hearing Health Care

Amplifon Hearing Health Care helps connect people and resources to “improve the lives of people with hearing loss by partnering with healthcare organizations to administer hearing benefits.” As an independently owned and operated organization, Amplifon’s products and services help “improve health, increase satisfaction, and lower costs for health plan partners.” Amplifon’s full-service model includes member advocacy, claims processing, eligibility management, and reporting.

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