And, Starkey receives 2009 Tekne Award in the Medical Technology award category.
Advances in hearing aid design and technology mean more and better choices for consumers, says the October issue of Mayo Clinic Women’s HealthSource, which covers the pros and cons of various styles.
Specific coverage policies would be developed after a health care insurance reform proposal is signed into law and as it passes through the regulatory process.
A seminar event at the new San Francisco operation, including workshops, is planned for November 8.
Educational materials with an agricultural theme are being developed for distribution throughout the 4-H program’s network.
A new study conducted by the University of Utah has found that the human ear has tiny, flexoelectric motors that rev up to better enable us to hear by amping up sounds mechanically rather than neurologically.
A range of free and discounted hearing care services will be provided through a statewide network of participating audiologists, hearing aid providers, and hearing aid manufacturer Siemens.
The agreement includes the definition, development, and supply of ultra-low power speech processor and wireless communication ICs to be used in Cochlears next generation products.
Recently, ASHA also received recognition as a “Top Place to Work” in the association and nonprofit sectors from CEO Update, a trade publication that covers association and nonprofit executive careers and people.
The starting hypothesis of the project says that initially, people with higher levels of verbal language have better reading comprehension. The research also includes analysis of the relationship between lip-face reading levels and comprehension of written texts.