Month: June 2016

HearUSA Awarded URAC Health Network Accreditation

December 2015 We did it again! We are pleased to announce that HearUSA has been awarded Health Network Standards Accreditation from URAC, a Washington, DC-based health care accrediting organization that establishes quality standards for the health care industry. “HearUSA should be commended for meeting strict quality standards,” said URAC President and CEO Kylanne Green. “It… Read more »

Florida Academy of Audiology spotlights HearUSA, a national hearing healthcare company, as a 2016 sponsor and exhibitor at FLAA convention in Orlando

What kinds of products/services does your company offer? HearUSA is a recognized leader in hearing care and is partnered with managed care organizations across the country to provide quality services to all of our patients. Through its Hearing Care Network of nearly 4,000 independently practicing audiologists and hearing care professionals and its more than 220… Read more »

Oticon premiers its BrainHearing technology and is spotlighted as a Florida Academy of Audiology 2016 sponsor.

What kinds of products/services does your company offer? Oticon is one of the most innovative hearing device manufacturers with more than 110 years of experience putting the needs of people with hearing loss first. Oticon has spearheaded a number of technological breakthroughs which have made a significant difference for people with hearing loss. Oticon’s “brain… Read more »

Florida Telecommunications Relay sponsors “Detrimental Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss” by Dr. Lyndsey Nalu, Au.D, CCC-A Friday, August 5th at 4:00pm during Florida Academy of Audiology Convention

Bio: A Michigan native, Dr. Lyndsey Nalu, Au.D, CCC-A  received her bachelor of science degree from Western Michigan University and her doctor of audiology degree from ACAE accredited Central Michigan University. She completed her clinical residency at Michigan Ear Institute where she trained alongside leading neurotologists and audiologists. Licensed by the Florida Board of Audiology,… Read more »

FLAA Legislative Alert – Institue of Medicine Final Report Issued Today

Hearing loss can take many forms: It can be mild or severe, present at birth or begin later in life, occur gradually or suddenly, result from a health condition or accompany aging. It is estimated that 30 million people in the United States have hearing loss, and hearing loss has been identified as the fifth… Read more »