Audiologist

  • Part Time, Full Time, Locum Tenens/Traveling, Remote
  • Temple, TX, US

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Position Purpose: AnyPlace Audiology and their clinics are seeking an experienced audiologist. Our affiliated Audiology office is hiring a full-time audiologist, to take over an existing practice in Temple, Texas. We have an immediate need for a patient focused audiologist to join our team. The audiologist will assist our patients with hearing issues, disabilities, injuries, and other issues that are causing a loss of hearing. Our audiologist will work with patients of all age groups, assisting veterans and other adult patients. The audiologist will assess patients, set treatment plans, and coordinate care with doctors and physical therapists to assist patients.Responsibilities:Establish and cultivate long-term, effective partnerships with facility clients to gain in-depth knowledge of their current and future needs.Perform inner ear assessments on patients.Perform tests and assessments to treat patients with a hearing problem or hearing disorder.Document and maintain client contact information, situation, and activityReview test results with patients. And determine the appropriate treatment plan for patients. Include treatment plans that coincide with their insurance.Consult with and educate clients. Assist in negotiating contract terms (i.e. bill rates, other language) with client contacts and prepare new client contracts.Council families of patients. Assisting with patients who have hearing disabilities. This may include using technology or learning sign language, or lip reading.Ensure all Event operations are carried on in an appropriate, cost-effective wayImprove operational management systems, processes and best practicesFit hearing aids to clients and ensure that hearing aids are comfortable, functional, and in working order before the patients leaves the health clinic.Use audiometers, computers, and other medical devices to test patientsxe2x80x99 hearing ability and balance.Determine the extent of any hearing damage and perform tests to identity the underlying cause of the health issue.Purchase materials, plan inventory and oversee warehouse efficiencyHelp the organizationxe2x80x99s processes remain legally compliantFormulate strategic and operational objectivesExamine financial data and use them to improve profitabilityManage budgets and forecastsPerform quality controls and monitor production KPIsTrain and supervise staffContracts team to achieve divisional profit margin expectations and minimize riskRepresent a central point of contact between facility client, recruiter, and clinical liaison to effectively manage behavioral or performance challenges and preserve the client relationshipFormulating strategy, improving performance, procuring material and resources and securing compliance.Minimum Qualifications:EducationBachelor’s Degree, Masterxe2x80x99s Degree, and Ph.D. in Audiology, Healthcare Science, or Communication Sciences.Licensed AudiologistExperienceAt least 1 year of experience as an AudiologistMust have excellent interpersonal skills to effectively communicate with patients, physicians, and clinical staff as well as outside referral sources.Ideal candidate will have experience with Adult Hearing Loss Populations including veteran and/or active military population.Must be knowledgeable of VA comprehensive & pension exams along with working with TriWest, Humana Military, QTC, VES, LHI, BCBS, United Healthcare, Cigna, etc. Understand fitting hearing aids to adult populations.

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