Carhart’s Method

I visited my favorite car salesman the other day.  His dealership was fixing my recalled Takata airbag.  In the course of our conversation, Tom told me that the large automotive group that owns his dealership has purchased the 6 other dealerships in that auto mall.  They probably won’t rename the mall to reflect the large…

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Unbundling the Cost of Hearing Aids: External Forces Require Adjustments

by Meagan Lewis, AuD   The world is changing, will we?   Hearing Aids: The Social Policy View   Recent changes at a national level are opening the door for consumers to gain more direct access to hearing technology.  The FDA announced that people over the age of 18 no longer need medical clearance to…

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Verification and validation: How they differ and why both are best practices

By Harvey Abrams This post appeared at Hearing Views exactly five years ago (March 7, 2012). It bears another visit as a refresher course to remind audiologists of our tools of the trade and the intent of their applications.  The timing of the refresher course is especially apropos as we near the end of the…

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Audiologist as Incrementalist

by Barbara E. Weinstein, Ph.D. Today’s post is an opinion piece contributed by Dr. Weinstein, who usually writes “Downstream Consequences” at Hearing Economics. I recently completed an excellent piece in the New Yorker titled “The Heroism of Incremental Medicine,” by Atul Gawande a noted surgeon and author. It was inspirational and timely, leading me to conclude…

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