About Hearing Tracker

Consumers derive the greatest benefit and satisfaction from hearing aids when they receive comprehensive clinical services. Despite this, and despite the audiology profession's efforts to promote a set of best-practices, a large percentage of hearing aid providers still fail to provide essential services, like hearing aid verification through real-ear measurement. The real-world impact of this shortcoming is undeniable. Consumer Reports estimates that as many as two-thirds of hearing aids in the US are misfit.

To help increase compliance with best-practice guidelines, Hearing Tracker is working to identify and highlight providers that embrace best practices. We believe this will introduce a level of transparency that will slowly improve the overall standard of care in our industry, and help bring about a much needed change in hearing aid success.

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Abram Bailey, AuD

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Bailey is a leading expert on consumer technology in the audiology industry. He is a staunch advocate for patient-centered hearing care and audiological best practices, and welcomes any technological innovation that improves access to quality hearing outcomes. Dr. Bailey holds an Au.D. from Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

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Brian Deterling

Chief Technology Officer

Brian has over 20 years of experience in software development. Brian was the co-designer and architect of the Insight™ application at Blue Sky Technologies. Brian was also a key member of the team that launched Blockbuster’s DVD delivery business and was the lead architect for the Blockbuster Online web site.

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Chris Erickson

Chief Marketing Officer

Chris oversees digital marketing and organic search strategy for Hearing Tracker. He has a proven track record for improving search engine traffic, and has the technical and management experience necessary to handle Hearing Tracker’s ever-growing hearing healthcare professional and hearing aid device databases.