Tuned, an online hearing health platform, announced that Kim Cavitt, AuD, a past-president of the Academy Doctors of Audiology (ADA), will join the board of advisors.

Dr Cavitt was a clinical audiologist and preceptor at The Ohio State University and Northwestern University and the Director of Professional Relations at HearPO (now known as Amplifon Hearing Health Care). Since 2001, Dr Cavitt has operated her own audiology consulting firm, Audiology Resources, Inc. Audiology Resources, Inc provides comprehensive operational, compliance, and reimbursement consulting services to hearing healthcare providers. In addition to her past role at ADA, she currently serves as the Chair of the State of Illinois Speech Pathology and Audiology Licensure Board, is Vice President of Government Relations for the Illinois Academy of Audiology, and serves on several professional committees at the state and national levels. She is also a Pumpkin Plan Certified business strategist and consultant.

Commenting on Dr Cavitt joining the team, Tuned’s CEO, Danny Aronson, said, “It is an honor to have Kim Cavitt join our Advisory Board. By bringing in her advanced knowledge and expertise, we will be able to further accelerate growth in our audiologist network, increasing access for Tuned users across the United States. The ability to deliver audiological expertise across the wide spectrum of hearing profiles of Tuned users is something we’re excited to expand in 2022.”

Dr Cavitt said, “I was honored to be asked to join the Tuned advisory board and am thrilled to be able to contribute, in any meaningful way, to their goal to make hearing care more preventative, more accessible, more patient-centric, and more evidence based. Our industry delivery model is in dire need of a reboot and Tuned offers consumers the ability to engage in care from their homes and offices and to be matched with solutions to meet their unique listening, hearing, and communication needs.”

For more information, visit Tuned at Tunedcare.com.

Source: Tuned

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