A recent study suggests that most people view retirement in three different phases. And this has some important implications for hearing aid use.
Great patient service at a reasonable price creates happy and loyal patients, and provides you with a solution to combat eroding margins. Here’s why warranties can help.
It is critical that you develop and manage an effective way to collect, process, organize, act on, and review items that will contribute to increased productivity and revenue. Doing so will allow you to move your practice forward effectively and give you and your staff a sense of tangible accomplishment.
By providing information about hearing aid retention strategies throughout early childhood, collecting accurate information about daily hearing aid wear challenges, and working as a team, it should be possible to find appropriate strategies to keep children “on the air,” facilitating listening, language, and learning.
ReSound, Copenhagen, Denmark, recently launched its new state-of-the-art LiNX hearing aids at a press event in Manhattan.
A short history of e2e wireless from Siemens’ perspective, as well as the new wireless advances in the hearing instrument industry and the benefits provided
Oticon launched a two-tier response to the disaster with a $10,000 to the American Red Cross and support for Oticon hearing care partners to provide hearing care and hearing instruments to people directly impacted by the disaster in West, Tex.
March is Women’s History Month, what better time to examine trends of women in medicine. The infographic, created by Vitals, highlights the gender disparity, some famous female physicians, and other interesting statistics.
The Court of Cologne acknowledged that the prohibition of the proposed 2010 GN/Sonova deal was unlawful, and the Federal Cartel Office had breached its official duty, but claimed that the unlawful prohibition did not result in liability for the German Federal Cartel Office.
EFHOH, AEA, and EHIMA are calling on the EU Commission to detail policies and initiatives at EU level to support systematic screening of hearing loss as part of medical check-ups in adults ages 55 and older.