Advertising, Billing and Private Practice /
Publicité, facturation et pratique privée

ENStandards FRNormes
Advertising Standards Normes de publicité
For patients: What to Expect from Advertising by an Audiologist or Speech-Language Pathologist À l’intention des patients : À quoi s’attendre dans les publicités des audiologistes et des orthophonistes


ENPractice Advice/FAQs

FRConseils sur la Practique/
questions fréquentes

Advertising Standards: Frequently Asked Questions

Normes de publicité de l’OAOO : FAQs

Billing Practices

Pratiques de facturation

Billing Third Parties

Scénarios de pratique sur la facturation

Fee For Service


Opening and closing a Private Practice

La pratique privé: réglementation à prendre en considération

Private Practice Issues

Le travail à son compte

Working On Your Own


Social Media



ENDid You Know…

FRLe Saviez-Vous?

Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation May Apply to You

La loi Canadienne anti-pourriel pourrait s'appliquer à vous

Why you cannot use the terms 'specialist' and 'expert' in advertising

Il est interdit d'utiliser les mots 'spécialiste' et 'expert' dans vos publicités

Paying for Referrals is a Conflict of Interest

Payer quelqu'un qui vous envoie des patients/clients constitue un conflit d'intérêts

What information can be shared with third party insurance companies?

Quels renseignements êtes-vous authorisés à fournir aux compagnies d'assurance?

What to include in patient financial records?

Ce qu’il faut inclure dans le dossier financier du patient?




New Advertising Standards (January 26, 2023)


Private Practice Issues for Audiologists


Private Practice Issues For SLPs




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