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TruHearing Survey Reveals Lack of Basic Health Benefits Hurts Health Equity

Despite efforts by employers to deliver greater health equity through their benefits packages, access to hearing healthcare remains a missed opportunity to support vulnerable employees, according to new research by TruHearing[1], the market leader in hearing healthcare benefits. ...

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TruHearing Survey Reveals Untreated Hearing Loss Contributes to Mental Health Crisis

Hearing loss can negatively impact mental health, but according to a new survey[1] from TruHearing, the market leader in hearing healthcare benefits, the use of hearing aids can help reduce experiences and behaviors linked to poor mental health. In its third-annual Hearing Loss in the Workplace Study, ...

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TruHearing® Gets a New CEO

After nearly 10 years of dedicated service to TruHearing, Tommy Macdonald will transition from his role as CEO for TruHearing, effective January 9, 2023, and move into an advisor role on the WS Audiology Board of Directors, TruHearing’s parent company.  Tommy has been succeeded as CEO by Trent Sterling, ...

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TruHearing® Survey Reveals US Employees Fail to Prioritize Hearing Health Due to Fear of Shame and Stigma

Despite the life-changing benefits that hearing aids can bring to those with hearing loss, many remain hesitant when it comes to pursuing them. That hesitancy can come from a variety of factors, most notably the unfair shame and stigma that often surround hearing aids, and the ...

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Employees note the disparity: Hearing benefits lag behind dental, vision

Health benefits are one of the most attractive offerings an employer can provide, but they often fail to provide enough coverage to meet employee needs and expectations. Dental and vision benefits are typically considered table stakes by employees, with newer health offerings growing in popularity, but ...

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Despite increase in DE&I initiatives, many employees are still left behind

While corporate Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts may be on the rise, those with hearing loss are a population that continues to be left behind by companies when it comes to providing inclusive healthcare opportunities. ...

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