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Virginia Ramachandran Appointed Oticon Head of Audiology

Oticon, Inc announced that Virginia Ramachandran, AuD, PhD has been promoted to Head of Audiology. In her new position, Ramachandran will be responsible for leading Oticon’s US audiological vision and strategic direction, supporting Oticon’s continued leadership in audiology and technology. She will report directly to Oticon President Gary Rosenblum.

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring: An Interview with Paul R. Kileny, PhD

Paul R. Kileny, PhD, professor of Otolaryngology and director of Audiology and Electrophysiology at the University of Michigan, talks with Douglas Beck, AuD, about the area of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, shares some “war stories” from the operating room, and provides information about his new book, “The Audiologist’s Handbook of Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring.”

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Tinnitus, CBT, iCBT, and Tinnitus Management: An Interview with Grant Searchfield, PhD

Douglas Beck, AuD, interviews Dr Searchfield who is one of the world’s leading experts on the cognitive processes involved in tinnitus perception and innovative technology for the management of hearing loss and tinnitus. Topics include the possible origins of tinnitus, tools for helping patients, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), internet-based CBT, and more.

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Survival Strategies in a Competitive Hearing Healthcare Market

To formulate any reasonable strategy for thriving in today’s hearing healthcare market, it is useful to understand where we are today, how we got here, and what might come in the future. Part 1 of this 2-part article offers a perspective about how industry consolidation has changed the hearing healthcare market and the current major trends that could influence the future strategies of an independent practice owner.

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Getting Ahead of the Curve, Part 1: Four Cornerstones of a Fee-for-Service Clinic

The hearing healthcare landscape is changing, but there are several ways to not only survive but thrive in this new age including Medicare Advantage programs and constantly improving direct-to-consumer hearing devices. Part 1 looks at practical pathways for shifting to a fee-for-service (unbundled) business model.

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