CHADDS FORD, PA — Since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic, Consult YHN committed to helping hearing healthcare professionals manage through this global health crisis by providing timely, actionable, and strategic business advice and support through virtual webinars, financial analysis, articles, and an online resource center.
The company created, and continues to update, a central hub of COVID-19 resources, including guidance on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), cash flow analysis, marketing and communication collateral, training webinars, Telehealth support, and more.
“As the industry leader, we knew we had a responsibility to support and guide our Associates and partners. During this difficult time, our industry must lean on and learn from one another, so it was important to us that our resources be accessible to everyone, not just our network.”
—Consult YHN President, Bill Urwin
Consult also introduced a detailed comeback plan, focusing on a week-by-week strategy to ensure practice owners use their time efficiently to systematically prepare for the future. “We’re dedicated to working with owners to define new business goals and implement the most effective plan for moving forward,” said Bill Connerton, Vice President of Sales.
As the economy reopens and business ramps up, there are several factors businesses should consider – including safety protocols, patient communication, employee training, and patient acquisition and retention. Consult YHN continues to create new resources that address these needs and encourages hearing healthcare professionals to use and share them with their networks.
About Consult YHN (formerly AHAA)
Consult YHN has created the nation’s leading network of hearing healthcare professionals by partnering one-on-one with practice owners to drive growth and help more people hear well. Since 1995, Consult YHN has elevated and united hearing care providers across the nation. We service private practices, ENTs, hospitals, universities, and not-for-profits. www.ConsultYHN.com