Audiologist, Dr. Nicole Klutz, shares why 2023 is a unique one for hearing care professionals and how you can use this year to open new doors.
As hearing care professionals, we need to let our clients know that with a simple request to their HR department or accessibility office, they could get the accommodations they need to hear in their working and school environments.
2020 brought us a ‘new normal’ for engaging and supporting patients. So, how do we build upon that knowledge for success in 2021?
Phonak invested in a two-part seminar series to provide hearing care professionals with insights and perspectives on where the hearing healthcare industry and its patients are heading now and into the future.
While hearing aid accessories have not always been viewed as ‘essential’, with social distancing and wearing masks making it harder for communication, it’s time to change our mindset.
Balancing the products you know with new technology your patients will love takes some planning.
In the United States, the hearing industry has seen a rise of healthcare plans offering hearing aid benefits. In this first article of our series on Managed Care (MC), learn how MC can be an opportunity for hearing care professionals.
Highlights from the first-ever international conference focusing on the scientific connection between hearing well and being well.
Lyric wearers describe a ‘wow’ effect and report high levels of satisfaction with their devices.
How Lyric made me step outside my comfort zone and learn something new.