Hearing is more than sensory processing. According to Professor Barbara Weinstein, we need to begin considering hearing health and social connectedness as vital parts of healthy living and well-being.
When a patient is not benefiting from hearing aids, audiologists are uniquely positioned to help address fears and plant the seed for taking a next step for a cochlear implant consultation.
In this interview, Dr. Barbra Timmer shares how ecological momentary assessment (EMA) differs from traditional self-report measures, what the latest research has shown, and how you can use this tool in daily practice to support the entire patient journey.
Balancing the products you know with new technology your patients will love takes some planning.
This follow-up article to Dr. Julia Sarant’s recent interview takes a closer look at the key takeaways of a study in Melbourne, Australia, that looked at whether hearing technology can slow down cognitive decline.
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.
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