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The Case for Preserving Cognition with Hearing Aids

There is now a significant body of research that strongly supports the importance of treatment for adults with hearing loss. Intervention not only reduces the social isolation, depression, and anxiety that untreated hearing loss can cause, but can also play an important role in minimizing cognitive decline and delaying the onset of dementia.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Hearing Care and “Value-based Reimbursement” in Medicine

It’s hard to follow doctors’ orders when you cannot hear them! A quiet revolution is taking place in medicine; doctors are increasingly being reimbursed for their services based on patient outcomes, and not the standard fee-for-service model that focuses on quantity and/or complexity of care. As medical facilities seek methods for greater patient engagement and satisfaction, as well as more effective treatments for chronic conditions, hearing healthcare finds itself an integral part of value-based healthcare.

New at ADA: Hearing Review Hosts “10 Winning Tips for Patient Loyalty” with Sergei Kochkin During Opening Night, Sponsored by CareCredit

Next week’s Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) Convention, held at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, will feature a special 1-hour presentation titled “10 Winning Tips for Patient Loyalty,” by Sergei Kochkin, PhD. The event, which is offered free of charge, will be held Thursday night at 7:00 PM at Veranda A&B directly following the Opening Reception in the exhibit hall. To RSVP, click on the event link in the article.

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State of the Industry Presentation, Part 2 of 5: Price Inelasticity, Unbundling, and Smartphone Apps

This week, in Part 2 of our 5-part “State of the Industry” series, Amyn Amlani, PhD, presents an overview of his research that involves the inelasticity of hearing aid pricing, the advantages of unbundling prices, and how smartphone amplification applications and devices for use as starter hearing aids may reduce the adoption time for consumers who ultimately purchase a hearing aid.

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