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"What PAA Means to Me" by Suzanne Yoder, Au.D.

Sun, January 11, 2015 6:07 PM | Lucy Tence Corbin (Administrator)
 

I believe Pennsylvania needs an audiology home.  In order to best serve audiologists, an organization must first represent audiologists.  The Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology (PAA) strives to be this home by addressing issues that we care about.  PAA is the driving force behind improving the state licensure to represent our current level of expertise and to allow us to practice our full scope of practice as we have been trained to do.  PAA is also working with OVR, medical assistance and other state agencies to improve on our claims processes and reimbursement scales.  PAA is lobbying in Harrisburg for the issues our membership cares about.  These are just a few reasons I choose to support PAA, but more membership is needed to make a difference.  We need to represent the current audiology workforce in PA in order to make the biggest impact.  WE NEED YOU! Go to www.paaudiology.org to learn more and to find online membership applications.

Other Benefits:

  • CEU opportunities: Centrally located annual conventions.
  • Routine membership surveys to make sure we are meeting your needs.
  • Networking opportunities
  • Exhibit halls
  • Lobbying events in Harrisburg
  • Online resources:  Directory, Legislative issues, Consumer search engine, & Listserv

If you are already of member and would like to share what PAA means to you please email Dr. Suzanne Yoder.

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