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    Company Overview Company Overview Presentation Transcript

      • Who we are
        • As a company
        • As individuals
      • How long we’ve been in business
      • What our focus is
      • What do we mean to the Community
      • How we go about treating our patients
      • Hearing statistics
    • Meet Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance
      • 1990 --Treasure Valley Hearing was founded (Boise)
        • Licensed by FDA to manufacture own brand of hearing aids
      • 1994 -- Expanded and added a second clinic located in Nampa
      • 2003 & 2011 -- Integrity Counts Honoree from Better Business Bureau
      • 2005 -- Became one of only 112 clinics nationwide to receive Audigy Certification *
      • *
        • Audigy-certification is given to those practices exemplifying an elite standard of service and care in the hearing healthcare field.
        • Receive more full-featured benefits, recognizing that VALUE means more just price alone.
    • Our Provider Team
      • Jacquie Elcox, BC-HIS / CEO
      • Board Certified, Hearing Instrument Sciences
        • Licensed & certified for over 20 years
        • Has successfully helped thousands to hear better
        • Emphasizes a gentle, caring environment
        • Will ensure your hearing solution fits your lifestyle
      • Mel Miller, Ph.D., CCC-A
      • Doctor of Audiology / Director of Audiology Services
        • Accepts patients for diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss
        • Specializes in tinnitus and pediatric audiology.
        • Has practiced audiology for over 30 years
        • Has been on the faculty of three universities and has owned private practices in Oklahoma City and Dallas.
      • Paul Redmond, HIS
      • Consultant, Doctor of Audiology
        • Manages patient care in Nampa office
        • Holds hearing aid dispensing license
        • Bachelor’s degree from Montana State University
        • 4 years pharmaceutical industry experience.
    • What do we mean to the communities in which we serve?
      • Comprehensive hearing care
        • Diagnosis and treatment of hearing issues.
        • Offer only tinnitus treatment in our community. Closest other tinnitus treatment is Seattle.
        • Offer pediatrics treatments.
        • We will ensure our patients receive solutions served with integrity.
          • 75 days of hearing retraining is offered to ensure all patients adjust properly to their new hearing devices. If not satisfied , they will receive their money back (up to 75 days)!
      • We received the Integrity Counts award from the Better Business Bureau and we’ve been in business for over 20 years.
        • Both of these are indicators of solid business practices.
    • Treasure Valley Hearing & Balance A new kind of hearing center Our solutions are about OUR PATIENTS ! Applying pillars of quality on top of what each patient’s life is about creates a more CUSTOM-FITTED SOLUTION , specific to each patient. Gaining an understanding of each individual’s lifestyle, job environment, recreational demands, day-to –day demands…..
    • Audigy-certified hearing centers….
      • possess the highest credentials
      • are among the country’s most experienced practitioners of hearing & diagnostic services
      • are committed to the relentless pursuit of
        • Unsurpassed patient satisfaction
        • Excellence through continued education
        • Effective analysis and diagnosis of hearing conditions
        • Solutions that integrate speech and comprehension back into patients’ lives
      • understand that “value” is measured in more than just price alone.
    • Some Hearing Statistics
      • 1 in 6 Americans have some sort of hearing loss
        • 1/3 of these are less than 45 years of age
        • 1/3 of these have been affected, at least in part, by noise
      • Successful treatment of hearing loss is associated with higher earning power
      • Approximately 14.9% of children in the U.S. have hearing loss serious enough to interfere with daily communication.
      • It is recommended that at age 45 everyone should have a baseline hearing test as part of a complete annual health exam.
      • The estimated cost in lost earnings due to untreated hearing loss is $122 billion annually.
        • At a 15% tax bracket, the cost to businesses could be in excess of $18 billion due to unrealized returns to the company.
    • More Than Just an Inconvenience Psychological Consequences of Hearing Difficulty Physical Consequences of Hearing Difficulty
      • “ Bess ”: Individuals with hearing loss exhibited a significant higher degree of health related difficulties such as hypertension
      • “ Dye and Peak”: After 6 weeks of hearing aid utilization, people showed improvements in several areas of psychological function such as depression and isolation
      • “ Mulrow”: significant increase in social, cognitive, emotional and depression measures within 4 weeks of hearing aid utilization.
      • Studies show a direct relationship between hearing loss & dementia
    • More Personal… and Much More Complicated Relationship Consequences of Hearing Difficulty
      • Isolation and withdrawal
      • Inattentiveness
      • Reduced participation in social activities
      • Difficulty working as part of a team
      • Loss of intimacy
      • Decreasing interest in work
      • Reduced Income
      • Growing irritability with others
      • Problems sharing complex ideas
      • Gaps in communication