As a general rule of life and technology, in particular, tradition eventually takes a backseat to innovation, convenience, and mobility every single time. Examples of this are all around us, in every industry — a prime example being Landline Telephones in America. In 2005, 90% American households had a landline phone. Cut to December 2016, and the figure dropped to less than 46%, as per the estimates from the National Health Interview Survey July-Dec 2016.Read More
Employees are the most important asset in any company. In order to ensure that the workforce is kept functioning at its optimal level, companies may request occupational health screening checks to be done. When employees are healthy and feel valued, it benefits them as well as the company to which they are employed. The company further benefits from a workforce which will be highly productive and efficient. There will also be a reduction in the number of cases of absenteeism as well as sickness.Read More
What could possibly be in common between astronauts living on the International Space Station (ISS) and people eking out a living in rural sub-Saharan Africa? It’s not just isolation that joins these two sets of seemingly contrasting faces of humanity. Ironically enough, it is access to high-quality hearing health care.Read More
Early registrations are open for Miami, USA | 12-14 Oct 2017
The Coalition for Global Hearing Health advocates for effective hearing health services and policies. They focus on equipping and empowering hearing healthcare professionals, families, educators, communities and those with hearing loss.
Because you have more important things to do than worry about calibration downtime, we have introduced 2 new calibration options just for you.
While regular calibration of audiometers is necessary to comply with the standards and help to ensure quality testing, logistics and time out of operation can be a pain. And the busier your practice, the worse it can be.Read More