...and many more regional and national media locations.
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JUNE 2014 - MORE ABOUT THE AUDNET-WIDEX PARTNERSHIP:
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May 2014 -- ATTENTION INDEPENDENT AUDIOLOGISTS: Your Audiology Provider Organization (APO) Membership Pledge is HERE! Click on the red "Click Here" button below and submit your pledge TODAY! Don't delay! Your colleagues are counting on you. Your pledge authorizes us to negotiate. It costs you nothing. Zero risk. Read it. Complete it. Submit it. The time is NOW!
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THE $100 ASPIRIN
An unfortunate American without health insurance goes to the emergency room. Without insurance, he is a single payer. Single payers pay list price. And, list price is expensive. Very expensive.
Many independent audiologists in the United States are single payers to manufacturers. They do not get the same prices as the big-box stores or chains. We are doing something about that!
INTRODUCING: THE APO
An Audiology Provider Organization (APO) functions like an HMO or PPO. It is a "cost" management program where individual independent audiology practices pool their purchasing power into a single purchasing organization. This organization then negotiates prices based on the thousands of orders its members represent. The entire negotiated price is passed through to each member practice. No percentage is held back.
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"Patient Care Excellence Program" Press Release - January, 2013: Unique collaboration between AuDNet and Unitron to track value of audiology patient care
Inside-Outside Article - January, 2013:AuDNet Launches Grassroots Campaign Funding in support of ADA 18X18 Campaign
Forbes Article, April, 2010:"AuDNet Launches Education Division to Benefit Consumers and Hearing Loss Specialists"
Advance For Audiologists, January-February, 2010: Smriga's "Audiologist Advantage" Column, "History Should Not Define Us."
Advance For Audiologists, November, 2009: Smriga article, "Shaping Consumer Awareness: How E-Patients Can Become Your Patients"
MarketWatch-News & Commentary, November, 2008:"AuDNet Member Donates Hearing Aids For Patients In Need"
AOL Money and Finance, September, 2008"AuDNet Gives Scoop on Drug Related Hearing Loss and Deafness"
Reuters Business and Finance - August, 2008:"AuDNet Inc. Reveals Top 3 Myths About Hearing Aids"
Savannah Morning News - May, 2008 - "High Heels and Hearing Aids Have Something In Common"
MSNBC.com - April, 2008 - "Audiologists Drive Consumer Awareness with 'Win a Wii' Contest"