Clear Digital Media (CDM)—a company that creates customized digital signage for healthcare professionals—announced its partnership with Dr Suzanne Younker as a contributing writer for its physician email engagement program, MDEmails.

Residing in Florida since childhood, Younker obtained her Master’s degree at Florida State University in Tallahassee and her Doctor of Audiology degree from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Ariz.

Younker has served in a variety of audiology roles including the titles of clinic manager, quality management specialist, employee training specialist, hearing instrument training manager, telehealth/teleaudiology manager, and continuing education developer primarily with HearUSA, a national hearing healthcare provider.

Younker has authored/co-authored and presented numerous continuing education courses across the country including through Audiology On-Line which has featured three of her courses on “Preventing Medical Errors in Audiology,” since 2010. Younker’s expertise and dedication to the audiology community led her to becoming president of the Florida Academy of Audiology in 2008 and a member of the State of Florida Audiology Review Committee meeting, Florida’s CMS pediatric provider credentialing needs.

Younker joins Dr Bakke, Bob Tysoe, and Dr Taylor on the MDEmails contributor team.

“Welcoming Dr Younker to our MDEmails team adds an additional level of expertise and knowledge that audiologists across our platform will find both informative and useful,” said Brad Dodson, vice president of sales at Clear Digital Media. “We know her experience and expertise will be a perfect complement to the collection of quality materials we offer our clients through MDEmails.”

“There is a real need to communicate the impact of untreated hearing and vestibular disorders to the medical community no matter what the age is of the afflicted patient.” Younker said in a discussion, adding, “MDEmails is a dynamic and unique vehicle on which to promote the benefits of audiology services to the medical specialists who have or will have patients benefiting directly from these services.”

Source: Clear Digital Media