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


At CES 2019 Hearing Aids and Consumer Electronics Continue to Morph: Some Considerations for the Profession

by Brian Taylor, AuD Nothing reflects the convergence of hearing aids and consumer audio... Read More

OTC Hearing Aids: The View from Persons With Hearing Loss

Editor’s Note: While our editorial team takes the week off for the holidays, we hope... Read More

Newly Published Studies Could be a Watershed Moment Toward Third Party Funding of Hearing Devices

by Brian Taylor, AuD, and Kelly Tremblay, PhD Two studies, published by JAMA Otolaryngology... Read More

Hearing Technologies & How Audiologists Can Embrace These for the Future

by Kathryn ‘Kat’ Penno It’s no surprise that the healthcare industry has gained a... Read More

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