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World Hearing Day coincides with ACCC report on hearing aid industry

The ACCC report on its investigation into the hearing aid industry was made on World Hearing Day (3 March 2017).

The ACCC has released a concise report and a short document that provides a guideline to members of the public who are considering purchasing hearing devices.

View the ACCC consumer guideline HERE.

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ثنائي البرمجيات تداول الخيارات تحميل مجاني Independent Audiologists Australia (IAA) appreciates the attention that the ACCC has given to the business practices associated with the selling of hearing aids – including sales targets,  commissions on device sales and ownership structures of clinics.  The ACCC report brings into focus many of the concerns expressed by IAA in relation to the practice of the audiology profession.  IAA looks forward to participating in ongoing initiatives to ensure public protection and regulation that will ensure that audiology services are trusted by all Australians.

ثنائي الخيار XLS ABC News reported on the ACCC report, with items appearing on radio, television and online.  Commercial television stations also reported on the issues associated with the selling of hearing aids.

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Government Inquiries – View Submissions Online Now

IAA has contributed to both the following concurrent inquiries:
Inquiry into the Hearing Health and Wellbeing of Australia by the Standing Committee on Health,  Aged Care and Sport
View and download submissions here

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The provision of hearing services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) by the Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS
View and download submissions here

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