Cochlear™ Nucleus® implant (CI) candidacy and indications are important when counseling both adult and pediatric patients. In adults, cochlear implants can significantly improve hearing performance and quality of life.1 This can have a positive effect on the patients’ overall physical and mental health as well by reducing anxiety and stress.2 For pediatric patients, a cochlear […]
Guest author: Janet Clarke, Au.D. In 2016, the Nucleus® Hybrid™ Hearing1 Acoustic Kit2 was approved for all Nucleus implants. As you may have experienced, converting the Nucleus 6 (CP910 or CP920) or Nucleus 7 (CP1000) sound processor to use an acoustic component, and fitting Hybrid Hearing MAPs in Custom Sound, is quick and easy. […]
Foundations of Cochlear Implants: Nucleus Sound Processor Portfolio Course: #29633 1 Hour This foundation level course is designed to provide audiologists who are new to cochlear implants information on Nucleus sound processors. By the end of the course, audiologists will be able to list the features and benefits of each processor and select the appropriate processor […]
Foundations of Cochlear Implants: Billing and Coding for a Successful Clinic Course: #29631 1.5 Hour Need a refresher in CI coding and billing? This foundational-level course is designed to provide audiologists information about how to bill for services related to Cochlear’s implantable hearing solutions. Information will include a discussion of insurance terminology used by insurers, an […]
Experience an evening at the Mezzanine with Cochlear and fellow colleagues exploring new horizons in cochlear implant technology 35 years in the making….. Event Details: Friday, July 28, 2017 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM The Mezzanine, 444 Jessie St. San Francisco CA 94103 Space is limited, RSVP now Transportation, dinner and drinks provided.