Verification and validation of hearing aids: Opportunity not an obstacle

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Verification and validation are objective and subjective measurements of hearing aid function. Many studies have provided rationales for performing these measurements as necessary for hearing aid practitioners to provide the highest level of care. Several researchers have suggested that completing these measurements as part of routine clinical care will reduce the number of return visits, reduce the number of aids returned for credit, and increase patient satisfaction. The purpose of this review article is to provide background, method and rationale for practitioners to use these measurements to improve their practice of hearing healthcare.




Jorgensen, L. E. (2016, June 1). Verification and validation of hearing aids: Opportunity not an obstacle. Journal of Otology. PLA General Hospital Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.

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