Randolf (Randy) Dickins III, vice-president of marketing at MedRx, Largo, Fla, passed away on August 22 after a lifelong love of the water.
This week, in Part 2 of our 5-part “State of the Industry” series, Amyn Amlani, PhD, presents an overview of his research that involves the inelasticity of hearing aid pricing, the advantages of unbundling prices, and how smartphone amplification applications and devices for use as starter hearing aids may reduce the adoption time for consumers who ultimately purchase a hearing aid.
“If we have been in practice for any length of time, we all can think of patients who are facing a number of limitations.” Dennis Van Vliet takes a look in his Final Word column.
Continuing education is the secret to helping patients with vestibular disorders.
Spontaneous gesture can help children learn, whether they use a spoken language or sign language, according to a new report.
Lawrence Werth, chairman of PC Werth, passed away on August 19 at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London at age 57.
HANSATON USA has introduced its newest BTE hearing instruments, offering its new XearA technology.
Head-related transfer functions, or HRTFs, represent the location-dependent information about sound sources used by the brain. This article describes extensive sets of head-related transfer functions for different styles of hearing aids that have recently been made available for researchers, developers, and any interested clinicians.
The Roger Focus is designed as a discreet and comfortable receiver for children with unilateral hearing loss, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), or auditory processing disorders.
Bone-anchored device manufacturer Sophono Inc has entered into a global partnership with China-based Hangzhou Nurotron Biotechnology Co Ltd, a manufacturer of the cochlear implant systems and BTE cochlear speech processors. A jointly-owned company, SophonoTron™, has been created to manage several of the commercial activities for the two partners.