1. by Michael J. Metz, PhD As for the ethics of Internet hearing aid sales, the Code of Ethics of the American Academy of Audiology states: PRINCIP...
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  2. Today’s Transparency Report:  Cloudy with Limited Visibility Transparency is not a strength of our profession at present, as noted previously.   G...
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  3. Some lower-cost options to consider by Cathie Gandel, October 3, 2016 |    Find out what you can do about the high price of heari...
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  4. By WALECIA KONRADJULY 24, 2009 Photo Bob Buckwalter, of Williamstown, Mass., was surprised by the high price of his hearing aids — $4,...
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  5. Sivantos and Widex have announced they have agreed to terms for merging the two companies. Several of the biggest manufacturers of hearing aids ar...
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  6. Hearing Aids Direct follows "Model 2" MODEL 2:  INTERNET/OTC HEARING AID PURCHASE WITH IN-OFFICE PROGRAMMING In all 3 Models the audiologist/sp...
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  7. Time To Clean The Wax Out Of The Hearing Aid Industry
    The root causes of this problem include inadequate distribution and dispensing models that stifle innovation. Six companies control 98% of the market. This oligopoly benefits from antiquated regulations such as requirements for licensed dispensers and restrictions on consumer access to their audiology report. Consumers typically have to purchase a package that bundles their audiology report with a manufacturer’s limited selection of devices. Internet or mail shopping is often restricted.
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