Tag: private practice audiology



Future Ear Podcast: Life for Audiologists & Private Practice Owners from March-June 2020

A new “Future Ear” podcast by Dave Kemp of Oaktree Products features great ideas and perspectives from six audiologists in different parts of the United States. The podcast highlights the uniqueness of some of the individual work situations and regions, and includes several excellent tips about how to adapt a practice in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and recovery.

The “Meat and Potatoes” of Running a Private Practice Presented at ADA Convention

As part of a daylong session at the ADA 2014 Convention that covered different aspects of “Taking Care of Business,” consultant and business coach Steve Woodward gave a talk titled “Meat and Potatoes.” Woodward’s dynamic presentation covered business strategies designed to help private audiology practices work more effectively in a relatively small and competitive marketplace.

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State of the Industry Presentation, Part 4 of 5: Dan Quall on the Value of Private Practices and KPIs

This week, in Part 4 of the series, Dan Quall of Starkey Hearing Technologies provides a comparison of the fields of audiology, optometry, and dentistry—demonstrating a vital need for hearing healthcare to retain its tradition of private practices. He also details a number of key performance indicators (KPI) for practice owners to watch closely.

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