This week, in Part 5, we wrap up The Hearing Review & CareCredit State of the Industry Presentation Series with comments from the dinner’s audience, including viewpoints from Drs David Fabry, Kim Cavitt, Scot Frink, Edward Aleo, and Roy Sullivan.
August Hearing Review author Larry Revit responds to a recent letter to the editor from film composer Jeff Rona about how to provide a cost-effective means for configuring off-the-shelf audio equipment to provide hearing-impaired musicians with a high-fidelity listening environment.
No matter how enthusiastic we may be about a technology solution—wireless, telecoil, custom or standard form-factor, open or closed fitting—each has its place, and the solution must match the needs and capabilities of the ultimate user, says Dennis Van Vliet, AuD.
BrainHearing combines four features—Speech Guard E, Spatial Sound, YouMatic, and Free Focus—that are designed to work together continuously to provide the brain with the input needed to hear more clearly, with reduced listening effort.
Marshall Chasin, AuD, shows why assymetric hearing loss does not necessarily rule out a noise-induced component.
This week, in Part 4 of the series, Dan Quall of Starkey Hearing Technologies provides a comparison of the fields of audiology, optometry, and dentistry—demonstrating a vital need for hearing healthcare to retain its tradition of private practices. He also details a number of key performance indicators (KPI) for practice owners to watch closely.
UFE Electronic Designs has developed the AcousticEar™ electronic amplifier designed to replace stethoscope-type hearing aid listening tools.
The results of a randomized, multi-center clinical study published in AJA by Richard Tyler, PhD, and colleagues found SoundCure’s S-Tones® to be effective at quiet volumes and to be more effective than broadband noise in the reduction of tinnitus.
Barry Freeman, PhD, takes his 35 years of experience serving the Audiology community to ZPower, a developer of rechargeable hearing aid battery technology.
The American Academy of Audiology (AAA), Reston, Va, named Tanya Tolpegin, MBA, CAE, as its new executive director on September 2. The appointment is effective October 6.