More than 500 US hearing care professionals attended the 2014 Human Link Conference, “Hearing Care is Health Care,” hosted by Oticon which focused on the growing body of research showing the connection between hearing health and brain health.
UFE Electronic Designs has developed the AcousticEar™ electronic amplifier designed to replace stethoscope-type hearing aid listening tools.
An introduction to localization, factors that influence localization when wearing hearing aids, and what steps can be taken to improve localization ability for hearing aid users.
Clarity announces the launch of Sempre, a new amplified home phone that allows users to make calls through their existing wireless service.
The technology company Mimi has launched a new application (app) in iOS to allow users to test their hearing—and it utilizes a users existing earbuds.
ZPower has announced it has raised $10 million in additional funding from existing investors, bringing the total to $110 million from investors.
In Part 5 of this 5-part series, The Hearing Review’s roundtable of hearing care professionals discusses alternate dispensing channels, personal sound amplification products (PSAPs), Internet and mail-order hearing aids, and how to advise consumers and clients about these products.
In Part 4 of this 5-part series, our roundtable takes on the topics of marketing and outreach to physicians, changing attitudes about hearing aids in younger patients, and a greater willingness to try new technology.
A new treatment for BTE and RIC/RITE receiver tubing and wire covers is designed to dye the hearing aid plumbing for an even more invisible, personalized match to the individual’s skin color.
Lyric3 technology is designed to provide more natural sound; the company reports that 94% of users would recommend Lyric to a friend or loved one.