What you'll find on this page
- Who can join the Cochlear Provider Network?
- Implementing cochlear implants into private practices
- How Dr. Michael Iliff, member of the Cochlear Provider Network, expanded his practice by joining the Cochlear Provider Network
Who can join the Cochlear Provider Network?
Contrary to belief, all audiologists can be trained to help patients along their cochlear implant journey. It is important that anyone wanting to join the CPN has the following:
- A desire to offer all hearing solutions - beyond traditional amplification
- An inherent drive to be the hearing health care expert in the community
- Comfort with a medical model and partnering with surgeons
- Experience with billing for services
- Licensed to practice audiology
Adding any new service to an audiologist's private practice offering requires extensive consideration of business growth and development requirements and opportunities while always focusing on obtaining the best possible patient outcomes. It is now well established that audiologists in a private practice setting can successfully integrate implantable hearing solutions, allowing providers to both keep existing and attract new patients, while developing partnerships in the medical community.
96% of audiologists in the CPN would recommend others to get involved in the network.1
Help change lives and become a part of the Cochlear Provider Network
How do I join the Cochlear Provider Network?
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This material is intended for health professionals. If you are a consumer, please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.
- Survey, Conducted by Cochlear with existing CPN members, Data on file. 2019
- Derinsu U, Yüksel M, Geçici CR, Çiprut A, Akdeniz E. Effects of residual speech and auditory deprivation on speech perception of adult cochlear implant recipients.