Hearing Aid Protective Practices May Be Underutilized

This week’s post reports on the results of a short, informal survey conducted by Lana M. Joseph, M.S. that sought to determine, in part, some options hearing aid offices offer to manage security and protection for their patients’ hearing aids.  She received her Master’s degree in Health Care Management from the University of New Orleans.  She…

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Defending PSAPs – Part II

Are PSAPs Legal and/or Dangerous? This post on PSAPs is the second in a series of three by Miles Goldsmith, MD.  In Part I of this series he commented that he thought the recent FDA Guidance Document was overreaching, and threatened the viability of affordable hearing options – rather than protecting the consumer, the proposed FDA document would create…

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