Eversound, a company that provides assistive listening technology and social engagement applications to senior living communities, has announced its intention to provide teleaudiology services in these same centers and is actively seeking hearing care professionals to join their efforts.
Headquartered in Sandy, Utah, MHC reportedly has about 100 offices in the western United States (CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY, AR). The My Hearing Centers brand and operations have 166 employees, with an annual revenue of more than $30 million.
A year ago, hearing care professionals were scrambling to keep their dispensing offices afloat amid the Covid-19 crisis. With their unique view on data related to audiology business practices during this period, Sycle quickly came up with several innovative solutions to help practice owners and managers. HR recently interviewed Sycle VP of Sales & Enterprise Services Stephanie Grein, MBA, about Sycle's perspectives on clinical business practices both during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
Developed under an NIH research grant, Amptify is an online aural rehabilitation program and Hearing Health Coach that engages patients and enhances the new hearing aid experience without incurring additional time on the part of a patient’s audiologist. As teleaudiology becomes more commonplace, it is highly likely that Amptify will be the first of many digital therapeutics for the treatment of hearing loss.