This week, in Part 4 of the series, Dan Quall of Starkey Hearing Technologies provides a comparison of the fields of audiology, optometry, and dentistry—demonstrating a vital need for hearing healthcare to retain its tradition of private practices. He also details a number of key performance indicators (KPI) for practice owners to watch closely.
UFE Electronic Designs has developed the AcousticEar™ electronic amplifier designed to replace stethoscope-type hearing aid listening tools.
The results of a randomized, multi-center clinical study published in AJA by Richard Tyler, PhD, and colleagues found SoundCure’s S-Tones® to be effective at quiet volumes and to be more effective than broadband noise in the reduction of tinnitus.
Barry Freeman, PhD, takes his 35 years of experience serving the Audiology community to ZPower, a developer of rechargeable hearing aid battery technology.
The American Academy of Audiology (AAA), Reston, Va, named Tanya Tolpegin, MBA, CAE, as its new executive director on September 2. The appointment is effective October 6.
Stimulating nerves in your ear could improve the health of your heart, researchers have discovered.
The Levo System from Otoharmonics reportedly leverages the brain’s natural cognitive abilities, and identifies and maps an individual’s unique sound print using custom-fit ear buds and proprietary software on Apple iPad® and iPod® touch mobile digital devices.
Interns at Audigy Group completed challenging projects across every area of the company during an educational 13-week summer program of work, study, and fun.
In Part 3 of this series, Brian Taylor, AuD, looks at the unmet needs of individuals with hearing impairment and the increasing importance of establishing deep, long-lasting relationships with your community, physicians, and patients through education on health issues—or what Dr Taylor refers to as “interventional audiology.”
Researchers at the Cluster of Excellence and Saarland University Language Center in Saarbrücken, Germany, are animating online characters so they can display content in sign language.