Hearing loss is a widespread problem that affects millions of Americans. While hearing aids can help alleviate communication difficulties and associated health and well-being issues related to hearing loss, high costs have left many without the necessary assistance. However, InnerScope Hearing Technologies, stock symbol (OTC: INND), is disrupting the traditional hearing aid market with its innovative Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) / Over-the-Counter (OTC) model, making hearing aids more affordable and accessible to all.
The traditional hearing aid market has long been dominated by four major manufacturers, leading to high costs beyond the reach of many Americans. InnerScope’s DTC model seeks to eliminate these barriers by providing affordable, high-quality hearing aids straight to consumers. The company uses in-store point-of-sale Hearing Screening Kiosks, making its HearingAssist and iHEAR randed products accessible to consumers nationwide. Consumers can take a quick hearing screening test and purchase an over-the-counter hearing aid on the spot.iHEARdirect.com
The CEO and founder of InnerScope, Matthew Moore, is committed to making quality hearing aids available to everyone. The company’s hearing aids start for as low as $499 for a complete set of FDA-registered OTC rechargeable hearing aids, significantly lower than the thousands of dollars consumers typically pay for a single hearing aid. This price includes professional remote programming and support services from one of InnerScope’s Doctors of Audiology or licensed hearing professionals, ensuring users receive the best care and support.
InnerScope’s OTC hearing aids and related products are also available online through FSAstore.com, HSAstore.com, and WellDeservedHealth.com, making it easy for consumers to enroll in flexible spending accounts and health savings performances and employer health incentive programs to access InnerScope’s products.
One of the most significant benefits of InnerScope’s DTC / OTC model is its ability to remove barriers often preventing people from accessing hearing aids. For example, the high cost and need to visit a doctor or specialist can deter many people. InnerScope’s over-the-counter model eliminates this requirement, allowing consumers to purchase FDA-registered OTC hearing aids directly from the comfort of their own homes.
Another advantage of InnerScope’s model is its ability to give consumers greater control over their hearing care. App-controlled hearing aids enable users to adjust their devices’ settings to suit their individual needs. A level of customization is not always possible without visiting a hearing professional with traditional hearing aids.
InnerScope’s hearing care methodology provides affordability and convenience while instilling a sense of consumer empowerment. By giving individuals greater authority over their hearing care, the company enables millions of Americans to seize control of their lives and enjoy an enhanced quality of life. As a result, InnerScope Hearing Technologies is revolutionizing the hearing aid market in the US, providing an affordable and accessible solution to help people overcome hearing loss.
InnerScope’s full line of its HearingAssist and iHEAR branded Hearing Products is currently available through these multiple retail/wholesale distribution channels: Walmart Vision Centers, Walmart.com, Walmart Canada, CVS.com, Walgreens.com, RiteAid.com, Target.com, BestBuy.com, Amazon.com, AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, Cardinal Health™ at-Home, Carewell.com, FSAStore.com, HSAStore.com, WellDeservedHealth.com, Fingerhut.com, Giant Eagle / Hy-Vee / Hartig Drug / Food City / Wakefern Food Corp. / ShopRite / SpartanNash / VG’s Grocery / Family Fare / Martin’s Super Markets / Kholl’s Pharmacy & Homecare and Topco Associates representing 15,000+ store locations.
For more information, visit their website at www.innd.com.