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Fourth Annual 'Future of Hearing Healthcare Conference' to Take Place May 8, 15, and 22

The 3-day virtual event, hosted by HHTM, will offer attendees valuable insights into the most recent advancements in treatment, research, and technology

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Topics addressed at the conference include the impact of AI on clinical care and technology development, gene therapy and inner ear therapeutics, hearing loss and cognition, Auracast and Bluetooth LE Audio, to name only a few.

Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM), a leading online resource for hearing professionals and consumers with hearing loss, is pleased to announce the fourth annual Future of Hearing Healthcare Conference will take place May 8, 15 and 22, 2024

The three-day virtual event, hosted by HHTM, will offer attendees valuable insights into the most recent advancements in treatment, research, and technology, which will play a crucial role in defining the future of hearing care.

"The pace of innovation in global hearing care is quickening with a stream of new diagnostic tools, approaches to care delivery, and devices,” said Andrew Bellavia, Founder of AuraFuturity. “The Future of Hearing Healthcare virtual conference is an excellent way to stay on top of the latest developments."

"HHTM has once again assembled an outstanding, wide-ranging collection of thought leaders from around the world who are sure to spark your imagination on what the future holds for the profession of audiology,” commented Brian Taylor, AuD. “I am humbled and honored to be a part of another FHH conference - one that cannot be missed."

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L to r: Conference participants Andrew Bellavia, Brian Taylor, AuD, and event chair Amyn Amlani, PhD.

Attendees participating in the event can earn valuable CEUs while they learn about the latest trends and developments taking place in hearing care.

Among the topics being addressed during the conference:

  • Impact of AI on clinical care and technology development
  • Gene therapy and inner ear therapeutics
  • Hearing loss and cognition
  • Auracast and Bluetooth LE Audio
  • Auditory Processing Disorders
  • Teleaudiology and remote care
  • Latest research on hearing aids
  • Tinnitus
  • And much more!

“Providers who are looking for cutting-edge information on professional service, scope of practice, regulatory issues, and technology advances should attend the FHH Virtual Conference,” said event chair, Amyn Amlani, PhD. “This year’s conference will feature in-depth discussions on how technology can improve consumer engagement, enhance clinical efficiencies, and expand the scope of practice beyond traditional audiometry. The conference is an excellent opportunity for providers who want to stay ahead of the curve in hearing care.”

Tickets are available at an early-bird rate of $99, if purchased by April 15th. Tickets are available at the event registration website.

A full detailed schedule of events will be forthcoming in the days ahead. More than 25 hours of approved continuing education content is anticipated.

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