Protecting our patients and staying connected with them is important during these difficult times. What can we do as hearing healthcare practitioners?
In this interview, Dr. Barbra Timmer shares how ecological momentary assessment (EMA) differs from traditional self-report measures, what the latest research has shown, and how you can use this tool in daily practice to support the entire patient journey.
In this interview, Gina Angley, AuD, shares research findings showing how adopting this service delivery model improves patient care and practical tips to ensure you are eAudiology ready!
New technology gives hearing care professionals the ability to add the convenience of remote support to their practice. For those still sitting on the fence, experts in the field just made it easy to implement eAudiology!
There are smartphone features and apps on Bluetooth enabled devices that can help hearing aid users compensate for listening challenges and improve their listening experience.
Research tells us that giving patients more control over their own devices has numerous perceived benefits and could positively impact overall well-being.
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