Cochlear Implant Awareness in the United States: A National Survey of 15,138 Adults
John P. Marinelli, M.D., Sarah A. Sydlowski, Au.D., Ph.D., M.B.A.,and Matthew L. Carlson, M.D.
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Cochlear Implant Awareness
Awareness, Perceptions, and Literacy Surrounding Hearing Loss and Hearing Rehabilitation Among the Adult Population in the United States
Matthew L. Carlson, Ashley M. Nassiri, John P. Marinelli, Christine M. Lohse, and Sarah A. Sydlowski, Hearing Health Collaborative
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Likelihood of prioritizing health conditions and life activities in the next 12 months.
Knowledge of link between hearing loss and other conditions.
Perceived steps to resolve hearing loss.
Barriers to Adult Cochlear Implant Care in the United States: An Analysis of Health Care Delivery
Ashley M. Nassiri, John P. Marinelli, Donna L. Sorkin, Matthew L. Carlson
Barriers to Cochlear Implant Access: Acknowledging the Challenges, Changing the Future
Sarah Sydlowski, Au.D., Ph.D., MBA, Cleveland Clinic, Head and Neck Institute.
Current Estimates of Cochlear Implant Utilization in the United States
Current estimations suggest that cochlear implantation utilization remains low.
Ashley M. Nassiri, Donna L. Sorkin, and Matthew L. Carlson. Hearing Health Collaborative
Growing gap in hearing health.
From the Education Committees | Adult Hearing Screening: How Population Health, Legislation, and Research Gaps Influence Clinical Medicine
Maura Cosetti, MD, Chair, Otology and Neurotology Education Committee
Functional Assessment of Hearing Aid Benefit: Incorporating Verification and Aided Speech Recognition Testing into Routine Practice
Sarah A. Sydlowski, Au.D., Ph.D., M.B.A., Michelle King, Karen Petter, Au.D. and Meagan Lewis Bachmann, Au.D.
Hearing Health Perceptions and Literacy Among Primary Healthcare Providers in the United States: A National Cross-Sectional Survey
Sarah A. Sydlowski, John P. Marinelli, Christine M. Lohse, Matthew L. Carlson and Hearing Health Collaborative
Percentage of patients who can correctly identify a normal hearing range.
Most important health conditions to manage among primary care physicians.
The percentage of people with self-reported hearing loss who have never seen a hearing loss professional.
Knowledge and beliefs among primary care physicians regarding the link between hearing loss and depression.
Percentage of primary care physicians who are aware of the “normal” hearing metric.
The percentage of candidates eligible for cochlear implants who have one.
John P. Marinelli, M.D., Sarah A. Sydlowski, Au.D., Ph.D., M.B.A. and Matthew L. Carlson, M.D