- Published on 26 November 2019
Stockpiling because of Brexit insecurity is behind Q3 unit sales for hearing aids in the UK repeating this year's Q1 pattern, a 12.9% rise on 2018, according to data from the British and Irish Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (BIHMI).
- Published on 19 November 2019
CE marking has been announced for a half-hour infant hearing loss test to screen babies for the gene mutation that brings lifelong deafness when these susceptible patients are given certain antibiotics.
- Published on 13 November 2019
US Food and Drug Administration regulations on over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids were expected to be announced this November. Scratch that, if strong rumours of a delay in issuing these key rules until the first quarter of 2020 hold up.
- Published on 24 October 2019
Busy, vibrant, and a success as a trade show and congress for updating, the 64th Annual International EUHA Congress and Exhibition ran from October 16 to 18 in Nuremberg. Read on to access our video summary.
- Published on 12 October 2019
The UK daily newspaper The Guardian says it has intervened to obtain a refund for the dissatisfied buyer of a digital hearing aid, highlighting the episode in an article that fires up the eternal private vs state-supplied hearing aid contest.
- Published on 27 September 2019
As a marketing strategy, making films about talented people overcoming hearing loss to excel in their fields has won Sonova a hatful of awards already; a silver at the prestigious Corporate Media & TV Awards in Cannes is its latest success.
- Published on 22 September 2019
People in hearing need to connect to each other. Partnership deals can open up networks to thousands of independent practices, for profit or for quality care. It's a busy time for such deals within the wheels of the audiology world.
- Published on 11 September 2019
Oticon has appointed a new Vice President of Sales, Roger Peterson, who will work from the Danish multinational's US head office in Somerset, New Jersey, reporting to Oticon President Gary Rosenblum.
- Published on 10 September 2019
A seesaw in hearing aid sales is the only clear market indicator so far of any effect of the Brexit process in the UK and Ireland, but there is a simple explanation behind the latest figures.