Join us on Wednesday May 3rd at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time for this exciting one-hour webinar! In this presentation, we will discuss the evolving definition of audiologic/aural rehabilitation and the hurdles that may prevent us from realizing its full potential in our practices. We will review digital-first care as an effective, cost-efficient way to provide personalized treatment plans to our patients. Utilizing common patient profiles, we will discuss candidacy and integration from a solutions-based perspective. Nashlea Brogan, Au.D., a practice owner and cochlear implant user utilizing Amptify DTx, will share her leadership philosophy, especially as it pertains to gaining “buy-in” from staff during implementation. She will discuss how it fits into a plan to differentiate her practice from the competition while addressing the rehabilitative needs of her patients.
What: Innovative AR Strategies to Differentiate Your Practice
When: 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
At the conclusion of the presentation, attendees will be able to:
- Describe the rationale for creating a digital-first aural rehabilitation treatment plan for patients
- Identify candidacy criteria, using common patient profiles
- List the benefits of using a digital aural rehabilitation program to differentiate audiology practices
Meet the Presenter
Nashlea Brogan, Au.D. is a passionate advocate for those with hearing loss, has dedicated her career to helping people hear better by using the latest advancements and tools available in the Audiology profession. As a Cochlear Implant (CI) user, who had a late onset progressive hearing loss, she understands firsthand the challenges that come with hearing loss and its treatment options, and uses these experiences to better provide long term patient centered care.
As the sole owner of a large audiology practice for the past 19 years, she is committed to providing the highest level of progressive care to her practice's patients. Whether she is providing education, treatment options, and counseling to individuals and families affected by hearing loss, or leading her professional team, she strives to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those she serves. Beyond her work in private practice, she is deeply involved in advocacy efforts to raise awareness about the impact of hearing loss beyond just treating the ear. She frequently talks about cognitive health, mental health, and the realities of living life with hearing loss.