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Competing in the New Era of Hearing Healthcare, Part 3: Differentiating the Practice with Product and Technology

Adding value to the patient experience requires change. The use of innovative products and technologies in a hearing healthcare practice is essential for survival—and it is expected by patients. Why send patients to the internet or electronic stores for products that can be offered in the practice and increase the patient experience? Why not use technology to improve practice procedures and efficiency?

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The Partnership of Family-centered Care in Adult Audiology Service

Family-centered Care (FCC) is an extension of patient-centered care, placing emphasis on the role of family and acknowledges the patient and their family members as the unit of care, rather than just the patient. Barbra Timmer, PhD, MBA, answers questions about FCC and discusses the research, outcomes, and economics behind why it is so important in hearing healthcare.

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Benefit of Using Telecare for Dementia Patients with Hearing Loss and Their Caregivers

A large portion of individuals with dementia also have hearing loss. When these patients are fitted with hearing aids for the first time, the use and operation of the instruments can be a struggle, and the struggle often carries over to their caregivers. This research found that the use of teleaudiology via Signia TeleCare for these new hearing aid users increased awareness, improved benefit for several different communication settings, and reduced associated stress for the caregivers.

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AAA 2019 Convention Features “The Best of Audiology” in Columbus, Ohio

Adding value to audiology services, connectivity and remote care with hearing aids, and the dynamic changes in hearing healthcare—ranging from reimbursement to over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids—were some of the major themes of the 2019 American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Convention held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio on March 27-30.

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AAA 2019 Convention Features "The Best of Audiology” in Columbus, Ohio

Adding value to audiology services, connectivity and remote care with hearing aids, and the dynamic changes in hearing healthcare—ranging from reimbursement to over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids—were some of the major themes of the 2019 American Academy of Audiology (AAA) Convention held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio on March 27-30.

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63rd International EUHA Congress to Take Place October 17-19, 2018 in Hannover

The main topic of the 2018 EUHA Congress is “digitalization,” and all presentations will be available in both German and English. In addition to the lecture program, more than 130 exhibitors will be showcasing their latest technologies and innovative products in the fields of diagnostics, accessories, and design at the accompanying trade exhibition.

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eAudiology: Shifting from Theory to Practice

The aim of this consensus statement is to provide recommendations to hearing care providers for integrating eAudiology into their existing practice as a means to reach new patients, enhance patient care, and increase the value of their services. It is the result of an Expert Panel convened by Phonak in January 2018.

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