Tuesday, 19 April 2022

ADA 2022 Student Business Plan Competition Now Open

Submit your intent to participate form by June 1st

Attention ADA Students—Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to create your own destiny? Do you have an interest in private practice ownership or audiology clinic management?

If so, it’s time to get down to business and get prepared for the ADA 2022 Student Business Plan Competition. Submit your intent to participate form by June 1stSubmit your two-page executive summary and two-minute video pitch by June 15th.

Thursday, 07 April 2022

ADA to Host Cyber Lobby Day on May 11th - Convene on Capitol Hill from the Comfort of Your Clinic

Seize the May

There is no better time than Better Hearing Month to engage members of Congress and make the case for the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA)! Join AuDvocates from around the nation on Wednesday, May 11th, for ADA Cyber Lobby Day and convene on Capitol Hill from the comfort of your clinic (or your couch).

Register Today

Who: ADA Members and MAASA Supporters including Patients (ADA Membership not Required)
When: Wednesday, May 11th from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EASTERN TIME
Where: Virtual (anywhere with a wifi or cell service connection)
Deadline to Register: Wednesday, April 20th


Friday, 25 March 2022

ADA No Surprises Act (NSA) Webinar and Key Resources Now Available for Members on Demand

As of January 2022, the federal No Surprises Act (NSA) requires health care providers, including audiologists, to alert patients to potential out-of-network charges and give uninsured and self-pay patients an upfront cost estimate, among many other policy changes.

If you missed the ADA No Surprises Act webinar, you don’t have to miss all of the important information, presented by ADA’s healthcare attorneys. The resources are now available on demand, including the attorneys’ answers to the member questions posed but not addressed during the session, due to time constraints.

Tuesday, 08 March 2022

MAASA Means Medicare Policy Parity for Audiology Services and for Women as Clinical Doctoring Professionals

Women make up approximately 85 percent of practicing audiologists in the United States.1,2 While tremendous strides have been made to increase the percentage of women in medicine and other clinical doctoring professions in recent years, there continue to be significant disparities.34Audiology is well ahead of other clinical doctoring professions in terms of female representation—and way behind in terms of salary and stature, despite the high demand for audiology services, and the scarcity of audiologists. These disparities are borne out in Medicare reimbursement policies.

Wednesday, 02 March 2022

National Clinical Trial Presents Opportunities for Audiologists and Patients

ADA is pleased to share exciting news of a broad national clinical trial that may benefit both you and your patients by helping you personalize your care even further. Emerging new drug therapies may enable audiologists to help patients improve speech clarity. One such drug candidate is FX-322, a regenerative therapy that has already shown clinically significant results in trials. A national clinical trial, led by Frequency Therapeutics, will investigate a single dose of FX-322, delivered via injection through the eardrum on the round window where it diffuses into the cochlea.

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