How Hearing Aid Technology Has Evolved in Society, and Why — Part I

Editor’s Note:  Hearing Health and Technology Matters is pleased to bring our readers a series of posts utilizing a multidimensional approach to How Hearing Aid Technology Has Evolved in Society, and Why. This is a unique perspective from that traditionally presented, coming from individuals having no previous contact with the hearing aid industry, audiology, or having…

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HHTM Editor-in-Chief to Receive Distinguished Award

Wayne J. Staab, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of Hearing Health and Technology Matters, has been notified that he will receive the Samuel F. Lybarger Award for Achievements in Industry from the American Academy of Audiology at their International Convention in Phoenix, Arizona in April.  The award is given to an individual who has pioneered or has made…

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Audiology Colleagues and Friends Mourn Passing of Michael Nehr, PSAP Pioneer

Editor’s Note: In a departure from our regular Hearing Disruptions series, we bring readers a special post today, penned by Barry Freeman, PhD, on the passing of Michael Nehr– a person whose story everyone in the hearing industry should know.   By Barry Freeman, PhD Audiology lost a dear friend and colleague last week with the…

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Multichannel Hearing Aid Pricing: A Technology-Based Facade

The defensibility of tiered pricing linked to number of hearing aid channels is scrutinized in a two-part post series by Amyn Amlani, PhD.       Manufacturers engineer contemporary hearing aids with different levels of technology. The basis for the differing technology levels is based primarily on the number of channels (i.e., a range of…

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