Recently, Chesapeake Occupational Health Solutions (COHS) joined forces with e3 Diagnostics. This merger was made with the intent to provide a more diverse customer service experience, allowing customers to benefit from access to a larger product line and the expanded knowledge base of a newly combined team of experts.
Interested in expanding your knowledge of the vestibular system and learning more about how the body keeps itself balanced during activity? We have the perfect educational opportunity for you!
Hearing and balance assessment equipment is a large investment, so you want to make sure you take care of it and get as many years out of it as possible. You also want to ensure it’s properly disinfected for each patient.
Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the Tremetrics RA660, the Tremetrics RA360 is a cutting-edge industrial audiometer designed to allow the user to quickly and easily perform a fully compliant OSHA hearing screening.
Much can happen in a decade. Think about it. 10 years ago, there was no TikTok, the Chicago Cubs were still in a 100-year World Series drought, rideshares were less popular than taxis, and streaming television was in its infancy. Also, several well-known audiometric equipment distributors and service providers banded together to form e3 Diagnostics, a nationwide organization dedicated to putting the customer first and providing them with a one-stop-shop for all of their hearing and balance instrument needs.
Knowledge is power, and Interacoustics is empowering you to stay up to date on the latest and greatest in balance technology with a few exciting learning opportunities over the next few months. Learn about how revolutionary technologies can improve patient outcomes, how new test protocols can provide more comprehensive vestibular assessments, and much more.
As the world leader in hearing aid verification and real ear measurement, Audioscan has released a new software update for Verifit2, Axiom and Noah Module. This release adds three new enhancements that provide significant improvements to the patented Speechmap® Audibility Mapping system.
Being a medical professional is hard work. Regardless of which field of medicine you choose, it takes years of education, superhuman work ethic, incredible intellect, and unparalleled compassion and empathy. And all that hard work and talent pays off. Not just financially, but also spiritually.
It’s best practice to have your audiology equipment calibrated and maintained annually. Not doing so can risk the chance of device failure and inaccurate results, which can lead to your facility losing money from downtime and legal issues.
In the modern age of healthcare, it is imperative to have a comprehensive, intuitive, and secure software system for managing patient care records. Requirements, such as the recent 21st Century Cures Act mandating open notes, have made it necessary for healthcare facilities to have a solution that makes it easy for them to seamlessly share data with patients, free of charge.