In this webinar recording, Kelsey Wells, Vice President of Sales and Enterprise Services at Sycle, andArun Joshi AuD, Senior Manager Clinical Services at Cochlear, will interview fitness and Hollywood icon Lou Ferrigno as he shares his experience growing up with hearing loss, how that has impacted his life, and the transformation he has experienced following a cochlear implant.
For more information on when to refer a patient for a cochlear implant consultation, consult this guide.
We’re delighted that Kelsey Fleming, Sycle’s Vice President, Sales & Enterprise Services, recently discussed the patient experience with host Blaise Delfino of the Hearing Matters podcast. In this episode, Kelsey shared a number of ways that Sycle helps hearing care […]
Ever wondered how other hearing clinics use partners to grow? This webinar offers top tips to help you pinpoint partnership needs and essential questions to help you evaluate partners. You’ll even learn about real results from hearing clinics who have […]
Each year we learn more about the staggering statistics surrounding hearing loss and how it affects nearly 48 million American adults. A key component in combating these numbers is educating patients about their care and treatment. Although a patient never […]
Did you know that the average patient wait time for practices across the country is 19 minutes? The longer patients wait, the more frustrated they get before their appointment even begins. Keeping patient time top-of-mind is one of the most […]
May is only a few days away, which means it’s almost National Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM). This year’s theme, Communication Across the Lifespan, is a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness and continue the Patient Perspective conversation. In our […]
Believe it or not, social media can be one of your practice’s largest and zero-cost marketing assets. Unlike other online marketing initiatives, the only exchange is time and expertise. Taking on a social media presence may seem like a daunting […]
Marketing to new and current patients is more important than you might think. Here’s why.
Here’s how centralizing business and patient data can help ensure a more efficient practice.
Hearing loss is most personally experienced by the individual but without intervention, it has a ripple effect on others and one of those ripples can include negative impacts on relationships.
How do we improve business processes so hearing care professionals are able to spend more time with patients?