Monday, 30 March 2020

ICYMI: The ADA COVID-19 Telehealth, Reimbursement, and Compliance Town Hall Webinar and Resources Now Available

The ADA COVID-19 Telehealth, Reimbursement, and Compliance Town Hall webinar, featuring Kim Cavitt, Au.D., is now available for on-demand viewing at the following link:Town Hall, COVID-19. You may also download the ADA Tele-Audiology Resource Guide.

Visit the ADA COVID-19 Resource page for one-stop information of interest to ADA members and the audiology community. If you have a resource to share, please submit it at the following link:


Monday, 30 March 2020

No Fooling, The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) Takes Effect April 1st: Employer and Employee Information Released by Department of Labor (DOL)

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires private employers with fewer than 500 employees to provide emergency paid sick leave and emergency FMLA leave to eligible employees. Employers are required to notify their employees of these benefits and to post the information in a conspicuous place within the premises.

The U.S. Department of Labor released additional guidance on Saturday, March 28th, which can be found here:

Monday, 30 March 2020

ADA Town Hall Webinar: CARES Act Information for Small Business Owners, Wednesday, April 1st at 1:00 p.m. EASTERN Time

Enactment of the CARES Act provides opportunities for financial relief for small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency. Understanding the application requirements and navigating the application process may seem overwhelming.

On Wednesday, April 1st at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time, Lesley Kelly, CPA will provide an overview of the CARES Act programs, the application process for small businesses, and tips for audiology practice owners who intend to apply.

What: ADA Town Hall Webinar: CARES Act Information for Small Business Owners
When: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Monday, 30 March 2020

Senate Committee on Entrepreneurship Releases CARES Act Guide for Small Business Owners: A Good Place to Go for What You Need to Know

On Friday, March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) Act into Law. This $2 trillion package includes various relief programs and among them is assistance to small businesses, such as audiology practices, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Friday, 13 March 2020

How should audiologists respond to the COVID-19 health emergency?

The COVID-19 virus is having a profound impact on the daily lives of all Americans, especially audiologists who serve a large senior population or who live or work in a heavily affected community or geographical are.

First, audiologists should educate themselves on the virus and its effects and consider implementing the CDC guidance, specifically, workplace school and home guidance.  This site offers the most up to date, definitive information on COVID-19 and its mitigation.

Here are some mitigation and social isolation considerations audiologists could consider:

Evaluate your practice’s financial situation and financial safety net. Should your practice fall within a containment zone or need to close for any length of time, it is important to answer these questions before the situation arises.

  • How many days, weeks or months could you financially survive without income?
  • What local, state, and federal governmental resources, subsidies, low-interest loans, or stimulus offerings are available to you and your business?
  • Do you have business interruption insurance and, if so, how does it address public health emergencies?
  • Can you reduce your business expenses and overhead expenses over the next few months, and if so, how?
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