Dr. Melanie Ferguson explains how connected hearing healthcare technologies can supplement standard clinical practice, enabling and empowering hearing aid users.
A recent study from Western University’s National Centre for Audiology offers clinical implementation guidance around the application of remote hearing aid support. Dr. Danielle Glista shares 6 main factors to consider.
Researcher Karen Muñoz scoped the research on telehealth in audiology to learn how patients and providers feel about remote services. She shares evidence regarding what influences perceptions and what you can do in your practice to get you on the right path.
A collection of ‘Connected Health’ articles from experts around the world is now available in one supplement. Here’s what you’ll find in this special issue and how it might impact your service delivery in the future.
Researchers at Phonak Audiology Research Center share how well AudiogramDirect conducted via a Remote Support session compares to a conventional audiogram, as well as tips for a successful assessment.
Helping patients to move toward hearing devices isn’t always a cut-and-dry process. It takes time, energy, and a combination of in-office appointments and Remote Support sessions.