Angela Loavenbruck, EdD, discusses the shortcomings of audiologist education programs and how future audiologists are trained.
A self-administered hearing test application could improve patient compliance by funneling self-motivated patients into the healthcare system already primed to succeed with amplification technology.
This article challenges some basic assumptions about the occurrence of hearing loss among the healthy aging population, and seniors’ listening needs and variability.
Self-financing a private practice may produce fast results, but our tax laws create a number of obstacles that must be overcome to avoid penalties and higher tax bills. This article presents options for consideration before pursuing self-funding.
Several news stories have highlighted the remarkable recovery of patients who are functioning with half a brain after surgical treatment for Rasmussen’s Syndrome, or Rasmussen’s encephalitis.
Carsten Trads, president of Clarity and a long-time figure in the hearing healthcare industry, will retire from his current position in mid-May.
MED-EL has received FDA approval for its new Synchrony cochlear implant (CI), which can be used for MRI without magnet removal.
Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) co-sponsored an ASL music video of the Disney song “Let It Go,” which will be featured on YouTube via D-PAN.
EPIC Hearing Healthcare announced that its hearing health plan has been awarded the Health Network Accreditation from URAC, a Washington, DC-based healthcare accrediting organization that establishes quality standards for the healthcare industry.
Oticon continues its campaign to protect the hearing health of football fans nationwide by warning them of noise hazards in sports arenas and sports bars during the Super Bowl season.