This Week in Hearing

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Aug. 15, 2022

Running a Successful Audiology Clinic: Is a Bundled or Unbundled Approach Best?

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How can you ensure your clinic will remain viable in the face of a changing hearing care landscape? Should you bundle or unbundle your clinic fees? How do you determine which method is best for your business and your patients? Michael Valente, PhD, joins Dave Kemp this week to discuss the essential elements every practice owner or clinic manager should
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Aug. 11, 2022

Trailblazing a Career in Music Audiology: Interview with Lisa Tannenbaum

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This week, host Heather Malyuk sits down with Lisa Tannebaum to discuss how she came to specialize in music audiology. Tannenbaum has more than 30 years’ experience providing ear protection and hearing devices for thousands of clients. She established Musician’s Hearing Services in 1993—the first practice on the West Coast to focus on the audiological needs of musicians, sound engineers,
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Aug. 07, 2022

Fully Implanted Acclaim® Cochlear Implant Clinical Trial: Interview with Brent Lucas, CEO of Envoy Medical

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Envoy Medical® Corporation recently announced that the FDA has approved its Investigational Device Exemption application to begin a clinical trial with its fully implanted Acclaim® cochlear implant. The single-center Early Feasibility Study for the Acclaim will take place at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.    In this week’s episode, Brian Taylor sits down with Envoy Medical CEO, Brent Lucas
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Aug. 05, 2022

Inclusivity in Audiology and LGBTQ+

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In this episode, Ashley Hughes is joined by Riley DeBacker with a discussion on LGBTQ+ inclusivity in the audiology profession. They discuss how clinicians can be more inclusive with their patients and co-workers.  Be sure to subscribe to the TWIH YouTube channel for the latest episodes each week, and follow This Week in Hearing on LinkedIn and Twitter. Prefer to listen on the go? Tune into the TWIH
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Aug. 02, 2022

Being an Audiologist with Hearing Loss – Navigating School and Clinic

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This week, Ashley Hughes is joined by Audrey Taylor, a clinical audiologist in Texas, to discuss her experience as a student and now as a clinician with hearing loss. Dr. Taylor helped create and develop the Student Academy of Audiology’s resources for students with hearing loss and continues to serve as an advisor to the group. In this episode she
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Jul. 26, 2022

Alternative Audiology: Growing a Mobile Audiology Practice with Brad Stewart

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Today, a growing number of audiology practices are looking at ways to expand and differentiate their clinic offerings. In today’s episode, Heather Malyuk talks with Brad Stewart about what it takes to begin and grow a mobile audiology practice.   Dr. Stewart has extensive experience in mobile audiology, having grown a mobile practice to over seven figures in collected revenue
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Jul. 19, 2022

Meeting the Patient Where They Are: Interview with Onsite Hearing CEO, Hank Sarazin

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The new mantra in hearing care is to meet the patient where they are. One segment of hearing care within this service delivery domain is assisted living care. In this segment, Hank Sarazin, CEO and Founder of Onsite Hearing Care, discusses how his company has grown to be one of the largest, and most successful, providers of hearing health services
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Jul. 14, 2022

Improving Hearing Health Through Education, Advocacy and Community Involvement

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The Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Persons (NVRC) is a non-profit organization that empowers Deaf and Hard of Hearing people and their families through education and community involvement. NVRC does not directly diagnose and treat patients; instead, they offer a myriad of educational materials and technologies for patients, their families, and their providers. In this
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Jul. 12, 2022

MarkeTrak 2022 and HIA’s New ‘Hear Well’ Campaign: Interview with Kate Carr

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Kate Carr, Executive Director of the Hearing Industries Association (HIA), joins Brian Taylor to discuss some of the key findings in the latest MarkeTrak 2022 report.     Since 1989, HIA has been collecting data on the estimated incidence of hearing loss within the U.S., household income and education related to hearing aid use, satisfaction with hearing instruments, new user
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Jul. 07, 2022

Comparing Self Fit Hearing Aids to Professionally Fit Devices: Exploring Intricon’s Clinical Trial Results

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The ecosystem of hearing care service delivery continues to evolve as technology enables patients to self-fit their amplification intervention. In this episode, David Akbari, AuD, Senior Medical Science, Clinical and Regulatory Affairs Liaison at Intricon Corporation shares the research methods and outcomes of Intricon’s self-fitting amplification technology called Sentibo. In particular, Dr. Akbari shares the nuances of how the Sentibo