Tag: telehealth



Sonova AC AU Purchases Neurosensory

The purchase sees Neurosensory join Sonova sister companies, Connect Hearing and Blamey Saunders hears, to collectively offer “exceptional expertise and clinical excellence, to empower Australians in their hearing health.”

Bipartisanship? It Could Be Possible with Telehealth

Now with the pandemic in retreat, lawmakers are considering the appropriate scope of telehealth services, reimbursement policies, and patient access. HIA’s Bridget Dobyan contends that, in a rare area of bipartansanship, US legislators could be on the threshold of a transformative time in health policy and the delivery of healthcare.

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Survey Shows Many Don’t Receive Tinnitus Treatment

New research from Irish medical device company, Neuromod Devices Ltd, has found that more than three quarters of people suffering from tinnitus in the United Kingdom have never received any treatment for their condition, according to an announcement on the company’s website. The poll also revealed that 67% of UK tinnitus sufferers don’t feel adequately informed about their condition.

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Cognivue Clarity Compared to MoCA in Published Study

Neuroscience company Cognivue, Inc announced the publication of its clinical validation study showing its technology “equally as effective as the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) with superior test-retest reliability.” The peer-reviewed paper is now available via open access from “Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery.”

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Starkey Sponsors HLAA 2021 Virtual Convention

During the three-day event, participants will learn the latest about hearing health, communication access, and the technologies and strategies that help people with hearing loss live well. It includes a research symposium on Hearing Care for All, as well as workshops on advances in hearings aids, accessibility through mobile devices, hearing access in the workplace, and more.

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