INNOVATIONS IN HEARING HEALTHCARE - EDITOR, BARBARA WEINSTEIN, PhD

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

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