CAMAS, WASHINGTON – Fuel Medical has announced a valued alignment in partnering with The American Institute of Balance (AIB) to help its audiology and otolaryngology members incorporate, or expand, patient-centered, diagnostic vestibular services.
Founded in 1992 by CEO Richard E. Gans, Ph.D. AIB provides current and scientifically robust clinical protocols and information through its classes, workshops, online education, and certification programs. “We are proud to partner with the largest ENT and medically-based audiology network in the industry. Working with Fuel provides AIB a unique opportunity to assist practices expand access to the highest quality diagnostics and balance care,” said Dr. Gans.
Approximately 90 million Americans yearly seek help from dizziness, vertigo and falls. The ability to attract this large patient population for quality diagnosis, to be followed by established continued treatment, is a valuable addition to service portfolios as it further fortifies in-house depth of care.
“This is an exciting opportunity for practices to expand billable services, attract long-term patients, and cross-refer to other in-house departments”
–Shawn Parker, Co-Founder of Fuel Medical Group
Fuel Medical members will receive discounts and value-added benefits on the Exclusive Center of Specialty Care Licensing, including; protected territory, proprietary reporting software, physician and patient marketing, on-going training along with clinical, billing, and practice support to ensure a successful endeavor.
About Fuel Medical
Fuel Medical Group is the leading business advisory resource for ENTs, audiologists, otologists and universities. Fuel provides comprehensive business and marketing services to create and implement custom solutions for patient-focused, growth-minded medical practices with the goal of improving every patient’s experience and achieving every clinic’s potential. By combining best-practice business strategies with analytics, Fuel Medical collaborates with its members to achieve their goals through effective talent, information, patient, and marketing management.
Source: Fuel Medical