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A platform for subject matter experts across the "World of Hearing" to come together and discuss all things hearing health, hearing aids, hearables, consumer audio, and everything in-between.

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A platform for subject matter experts across the "World of Hearing" to come together and discuss all things hearing health, hearing aids, hearables, consumer audio, and everything in-between.

    016 - Addressing the Hearing in Noise Problem: Interview with Dr. Tim Trine, CEO of Noopl

    016 - Addressing the Hearing in Noise Problem: Interview with Dr. Tim Trine, CEO of Noopl

    In this week's episode, Dave Kemp interviews Dr. Tim Trine, CEO of Noopl. His company was recently named 'Innovator of the Year' by an international panel of judges in the 2021 Hearing Technology Innovator Awards™ for it's innovative iPhone accessory that works to provide better hearing in background noise.   

    The device, which clips onto the bottom of the iPhone, utilizes a three-mic array and beam steering to help focus in on speech more clearly. By using the head tracking technology built into the Airpods Pro and AirPods 3, it can detect which direction the user is facing to help better reduce background noise and enhance speech where the user is looking.  

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    • 30 min
    015 - OTC Hearing Aids and Legislative Changes in Hearing Healthcare: Interview with Brandon Sawalich, President & CEO of Starkey

    015 - OTC Hearing Aids and Legislative Changes in Hearing Healthcare: Interview with Brandon Sawalich, President & CEO of Starkey

    Brandon Sawalich, President and CEO of Starkey, sat down with Dr. Bob Traynor to discuss OTC hearing aids and other legislative initiatives impacting the hearing healthcare industry.   They discuss the new advocacy initiative, Listen Carefully, which was recently launched by Starkey with the aim of “bridging the conversation between hearing healthcare providers and lawmakers in Washington, D.C.” Interested viewers can visit ListenCarefully.org for more details.  

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    • 23 min
    014 - Implantable Hearing Devices: What Clinicians Need to Know. Interview with George Cire, AuD

    014 - Implantable Hearing Devices: What Clinicians Need to Know. Interview with George Cire, AuD

    George Cire is a true industry veteran with more than 40 years of experience, much of it involving implantable hearing devices. During his conversation with Brian Taylor, George reviews the three types of implantable hearing solutions and updates us on candidacy requirements, including the relatively new 60-60 criteria.   

    Dr. Cire also gives us some compelling reasons why clinicians who are not part of a cochlear implant center can still be an integral part of implantable hearing device service and support, through the Cochlear Provider Network.  

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    • 35 min
    013 - Hearing Aid Fitting: The Value of Customized Gain and Output Measures - Interview with Lindsey Jorgensen, AuD, PhD

    013 - Hearing Aid Fitting: The Value of Customized Gain and Output Measures - Interview with Lindsey Jorgensen, AuD, PhD

    Lindsey Jorgensen, AuD, PhD is a department chair, clinical director and assistant professor at the University of South Dakota. She sat down with Brian Taylor to discuss the tried and true prescriptive fitting method, used by hearing care professionals worldwide.

    Their discussion focuses on the limitations of manufacturer’s first-fit prescriptive fitting methods, how manufacturers and clinicians both bring something different to the table that contributes to patient benefit and how the University of South Dakota Audiology Clinic customizes gain and output in their hearing aid fittings.

    • 40 min
    Tech Spotlight: Hearables as Part of the Hearing Healthcare Journey: Interview with Nuheara's John Luna

    Tech Spotlight: Hearables as Part of the Hearing Healthcare Journey: Interview with Nuheara's John Luna

    In this week’s technology spotlight, guest host Tony Sulsona speaks with John R. Luna, Chief Revenue Officer at Nuheara. The pair discuss the changes in hearing health delivery over the past several years and how the hearables segment is becoming an important and growing part of the hearing healthcare journey - particularly among consumers younger than those typically seen in hearing clinics today.

    • 17 min
    012 - Changing Landscape of Hearing Healthcare Technology & Delivery: Geoff Cooling & Steve Claridge - FULL INTERVIEW

    012 - Changing Landscape of Hearing Healthcare Technology & Delivery: Geoff Cooling & Steve Claridge - FULL INTERVIEW

    This Week in Hearing listeners are in for a treat, as host, Amyn Amlani, has an unbridled conversation with notable international bloggers and industry experts, Geoff Cooling and Steve Claridge. They discuss whether today’s traditional hearing aid technology has improved noticeably over products from just a few years ago. They also address the importance of customer service and the patient journey, and the importance of these factors to patient success. There are a few surprises in this part of the conversation that you will not want to miss!

    • 1 hr 1 min

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