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Defend Our Audiology Profession

Editor’s note: Today we bring an opinion piece from Amit Gosalia, AuD, and Judy Huch, AuD, regarding the purpose behind a recent petition being circulated in the audiology community. They share their perspective with us today.   by Amit Gosalia and Judy Huch What started out as an education piece about the importance of keeping…

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http://www.contractexpress.com/2013/05/as-law-departments-increase-efficiency-biglaw-must-unbundle-to-survive/

Breaking Down the Cost of Hearing Aids: aka Unbundling

by Meagan Lewis, AuD   Why? That’s the first question that many have asked when I told them that we were planning to itemize our services May 1 of this year.  In fact, that’s the first question our staff asked when we started discussing the idea two years ago.    Hearing Aid Price ‘Bundling’ Isn’t…

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http://www.heroeswithhearingloss.org/solutions/

War’s disabled survivors must also be remembered—and helped

The following post from David Kirkwood holds as much value today as it did 5 years ago.  It is especially cogent when read in the light of the recent FTC public hearing regarding patient education and empowerment.  Sage advice usually stays in style.   By David H. Kirkwood, June 6 2012 Memorial Day was established…

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AAA’s Code of Ethics: Who is obligated to adhere to it?

By Michael J. Metz Dr. Metz is a frequent contributor on the subject of professional ethics.  He published this post in July of 2011. Like so many Hearing Views, his view then retains its relevance in the turbulence of 2017.   In an Internet session, I commented that all audiologists have an obligation to adhere…

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