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Hearing Aids Blog

  • Hearing Aids -- The 30-Hour Week that Keeps Prices High In our last article, we discussed some anecdotal suggestions that hearing aid dispensers in California are likely working far below full capacity. In this post, we’ll dig into the evidence. While this topic may be pretty far removed from the...
  • Hearing Aid Dispensers This is part one of a three part series discussing evidence for the inefficient traditional market for hearing aids. I wanted to share a shocking personal story that I thought followers of our blog would find interesting. On a Wednesday afternoon...
  • RIC Hearing Aids Hearing aids are characterized by steady progress in technological advancement, even while the lack of progress in lowering hearing aid prices and improving distribution continues to frustrate hearing aids users. We’ve frequently written about ...
  • Hearing Aid Prices and the True Cost of Audiologist Visits Recently, we posted a blog entry explaining why some commonly cited reasons not to buy hearing aids online, despite much lower hearing aid prices, do not apply to Embrace Hearing. This is the second of a two-part post focusing specifi...
  • Hearing Aids Online -- New York Times Q&A On March 6, 2013 The New York Times ran the second in a series of Q&A pieces with Neil J DiSarno, chief staff officer at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The series of articles addresses topics of interest from hearing aid ...

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