Legal considerations with a joint hearing aid venture

December 1, 2009
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Guest Editorial

As America's population ages with the baby boomer generation reaching retirement age, the incidence of hearing impairment within the general population is projected to rise significantly. Although hearing loss is not limited to the elderly, its associated problems are certainly most prevalent among senior citizens.

As America's population ages with the baby boomer generation reaching retirement age, the incidence of hearing impairment within the general population is projected to rise significantly. Although hearing loss is not limited to the elderly, its associated problems are certainly most prevalent among senior citizens. Therefore, it is predicted that a much greater demand will arise for services to both diagnose and treat patients with hearing loss.

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