Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM) is pleased to announce the first ever Future of Hearing Healthcare Conference.
The two day virtual event will take place on March 17th and 18th, with a focus on the developments and technologies shaping hearing healthcare over the coming decade.
“The hearing care space is being confronted with disruption on many fronts. Service and product delivery segments are being challenged with direct-to-consumer amplifying technologies from an accessibility and affordability standpoint, as well as a consumer health-behavior perspective. Biotech and pharmaceutical companies are testing and nearing completion of clinical trial outcomes that will have a positive impact on reducing tinnitus and cognitive-processing concerns. And, the profession is seeking to increase its perception in the public health domain through evidence-based interventions that improve healthy aging in individuals with comorbidities.”
–Amyn Amlani, PhD, Event Co-Chair and Speaker
“The two-day virtual conference, hosted by Hearing Health & Technology Matters, is sure to provide attendees with insights into the latest treatment and technologies that will have a hand in shaping the future of hearing care,” commented Dr. Amyn Amlani, event co-chair and featured speaker.
Exploring the Latest Trends and Developments
Attendees participating in the event can earn valuable CEUs while they learn about the latest trends and developments taking place in hearing care.
Among the topics being addressed during the conference:
- Hair Cell Regeneration
- Digital Therapeutics
- Gene Therapy
- Sensor Technology
- Cognitive Screening
- Clinical and Practice Differentiation
- Going Beyond the Audiogram
Individuals interested to learn more about the event can visit: https://hearinghealthmatters.org/fhh-conference/
“As Yogi Berra said, ‘It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future,’ HHTM, however, has convened a panel of experts and opinion leaders who hope to provide some valuable insights on how clinicians in the trenches, entrepreneurs and individuals with hearing difficulties can make sense of emerging technologies that are likely to shift the sand under our feet.”
–Brian Taylor, AuD
Tickets are available at an early-bird rate of $99, if purchased by February 17th. Tickets are available here: https://www.accelevents.com/e/FutureofHearingHealthcare
The first 100 registrants will also receive a free copy of Livewired, by featured speaker, Dr. David Eagleman.