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Medicaid funds are used for audiology services, speech therapy, physical therapy, nursing assistance or other medical equipment or services as outlined by the plan.
This included services such as audiology, cardiology, dental, general surgery, neurology, occupational therapy, oncology, ophthalmology orthopedics, pharmacy, physical therapy, psychiatry, psychology, urgent care, and women services.
The approach seems to appeal to both conservatives (by deregulating an industry that currently restricts hearing aid sales to audiology practices) and to liberals (by extending an aspect of health care to many more people).
The activity comes at a time when the prices for technology used in audiology, physical therapy and other services have come down, while equipment has become easier to store in school buildings.
Dr. Turner was president-elect of the Council on Academic Accreditation, which accredits clinical doctorate and master's programs in speech-language pathology and audiology.
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First Known Use of audiology
Medical Definition of audiology
: a branch of science dealing with hearing; specifically : therapy of individuals having impaired hearing
audiologic\-ē-ə-ˈläj-ik\play adjective The next step entailed an audiological evaluation to assess the extent of the hearing loss sustained in the accident …—Raymond H. Hull, Aural Rehabilitation, 2001 Audiologic testing can identify the site of the lesion and permit characterization of individual hearing losses.—Andrej Kral and Gerard M. O'Donoghue, The New England Journal of Medicine, 7 Oct. 2010
audiologically\-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb As a result, every child identified with any developmental disability or delay should be followed audiologically until ear and frequency-specific information is obtained.—Jane R. Madell, in Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management, 2008
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