Barbara Weinstein, Innovations in Hearing Healthcare Technological breakthroughs happen, business models evolve and the rules governing consumer behavioral change. Our guest bloggers take a broad view of the social, ethical, and commercial challenges facing all stakeholders in the hearing healthcare professions, with special attention on the consequences of technology and service innovations in the clinic. Comment Policy


New Pathways to Care: How Self-Directed Care Could Change Audiology….For the Better Part 2

Two broad categories of patients – help seekers with hearing devices and help seekers... Read More

New Pathways to Care: How Patient-Driven Hearing Aids Could Change Audiology….For the Better, Part 1

New forms of counseling and customization – services that complement existing best practice clinical... Read More

Research to Practice: Futureproofing UK Hearing Aid Provision & The Need for Strong Clinical Evidence to Guide the…

by Melanie Ferguson, PhD In a teleconference of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA)... Read More

Improving Patient Engagement with Hearables and PSAPs

With the FDA expected to publish initial guidelines for Over-the-Counter hearing aids as early... Read More

Navigating the Road Ahead, Part 4: What about “Hearing Triage”?

by Errol Davis Pattern recognition can be used to interpret pure tone test results... Read More