When schedules and distance prevent families from attending consults, technology offers hearing care professionals an easy and convenient solution.
eAudiology is a new frontier and graduate training programs can help prepare students to enter practice ready to meet this emerging opportunity.
Hearing loss is a leading global health burden with 90% of those affected living in countries with severely limited access to care. Novel solutions using connectivity and technology promise improved access and quality of care in these countries.
“Let´s take a look at clients who are well-suited to use Remote Support and other eAudiology applications.”
Adapting to the ever-changing footprint of hearing healthcare with eAudiology.
eAudiology allows you to experience your patients’ communication journey with them. With practice, you can successfully step into this new frontier.
Developing a sustainable solution for testing remotely in rural regions has its challenges, but the benefits are well worth it.
Mobile health (mHealth) apps allow hearing care professionals to capture information about their patients’ real-world experiences as they are experienced.
The profession of audiology is changing at a rapid pace. A family-centered care approach to eAudiology can help ease the transition from a traditional model to an innovative one.
C2Hear is an interactive, multimedia educational intervention that can be delivered through the internet and mobile technologies for easy access and a wide reach.
Comparable industries have shown us — if you’re open-minded and agile, digital transformation offers a big opportunity.
Technologies are reshaping how we connect with our patients and allowing healthcare practitioners to provide services to patients based on what they need or want. From a family-centered care perspective, eAudiology is a good thing – but, there are questions we need to answer first.