NOWiHEAR.com, a division of AuDNet Inc, has announced a partnership with Los Angeles-based talkTECH Communications to provide US-based audiologists a suite of streamlined communication and marketing services for their local practice.
The Hearing Loss Association of America has wrapped up its 26th Convention and announced the winners of various advocacy and hearing industry awards.
The NHS 2012 Conference, titled “Beyond Newborn Hearing Screening. Infant and Childhood Hearing in Science and Clinical Practice,” and the Second International Conference on Adult Hearing Screening (AHS 2012) will take place June 2012 in Lake Como, Italy.
Phonak’s Hear the World Foundation is donating hearing aids and follow-up care to the athletes participating in the 2011 Special Olympics. Many of these athletes have some level of hearing loss, but lack either access to or funds for hearing health care.
Sonic Alert is now offering the Geemarc Ampli100VM telephone, featuring amplification and a new voice modulation feature.
Oticon Medical has received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for its Ponto Pro Power, the most powerful fully digital and programmable bone anchored power processor, according to the company.
The American Institute of Balance (AIB) is offering balance disorder workshops led by distinguished experts, such as Richard Gans, PhD, past president of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA).
The American Academy of Audiology (AAA) announced that it has been awarded a seat on the American Medical Association’s Current Procedural Terminology/Health Care Professionals Advisory Committee (CPT/HCPAC), a panel of specialty societies that review and develop applications for CPT codes.
While cochlear implants allow people with severe-to-profound hearing loss to perceive and understand speech, the current technology often cannot cope with the complexities of music. Researchers from the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom are now investigating how to help cochlear implant recipients to get more enjoyment from music.
Starkey Laboratories has announced that Brent Edwards, PhD, vice president of Research and director of the Starkey Hearing Research Center, was elected a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA).