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How to Use Teleaudiology Technologies in a New Setup or in an Existing Office

A large selection of teleaudiology solutions now exist that provides greater practice efficiencies and much higher levels of outreach and accessibility for your patients—and for other consumers who should be your patients. Here is just a brief sampling of some of the options for enhancing your teleaudiology capabilities.

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Teleaudiology: Friend or Foe in the Consumerism of Hearing Healthcare?

In Part 2 of this 2-part article, Tammara Stender, Jennifer Groth, and David Fabry address how teleaudiology can provide better fit-to-preference and efficiency in hearing healthcare. Today’s wireless and hearing instrument technology affords HCPs even more opportunities to quickly meet hearing needs. The obvious solution to the “user fit-to-preference versus time constraints for both users and professionals” dilemma is a hearing fitting protocol that marries the personal and professional interactions so important for user satisfaction with the convenience of user-driven services, such as apps or secure cloud connections.

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Teleaudiology: Friend or Foe in the Consumerism of Hearing Healthcare?

The new generation of consumers of healthcare—including hearing healthcare—are open to new ways of engaging with providers, including telehealth. Although providers have concerns in this area, advances in technology point inescapably toward incorporating aspects of telehealth in hearing healthcare. This article by David Fabry, PhD, and Jennifer Groth, MA, considers how the trend toward consumerism in hearing healthcare might interact with other trends, including telehealth.

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AuDacity 2020 Starts Friday Morning, October 16

The Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) will kick off its annual convention online on Friday morning, October 16. This year’s virtual event focuses on “Design Thinking” and offers a wide variety of exceptional interactive feature presentations, keynotes, expert panels, live workshops, on-demand webinars, and an industry showcase.

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Blog: Sound Quality as a Tipping Point for the Younger, Milder Hearing Loss Market

Exceptional sound quality—above all the other “bells and whistles” that the latest generation of hearing aids provide (eg, connectivity, remote fine-tuning, hands-free phone calls, motion-sensors and tap controls, virtual assistants, etc)—may turn out to be THE final hurdle for convincing younger people with milder hearing losses to purchase a hearing aid.

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