As one of the leading innovators in the field of audiology equipment, MedRx is breaking ground again with the release of its new VRA system. In fact, the manufacturer was recently presented with the Hearing Technology Innovator award by Hearing Health and Technology Matters for creating this new equipment.
Looking for places to earn CEUs? We’ve put together a short list of opportunities offered by e3 and our manufacturer partners. From online academies to webinars to live workshops, there are many opportunities you can tap into to continue your education. Read on to learn more about good resources you can leverage to attain CEUs.
In every profession, you need a proper set of tools to get the job done. An audiologist should have an arsenal of tools at their disposal that help them give their patients the best treatment imaginable. Here are three helpful and innovative tools any audiologist should consider adopting.
As we head closer and closer to the end of the year, your time to take advantage of the Section 179 tax break is running out. Not sure what Section 179 is or what it can do for you? Read on to learn more about this opportunity to save on our hearing and balance equipment!
In our latest podcast, we invite Scott Corbett, the Director of Pediatric Business Channels at Plusoptix, to discuss Plusoptix vision screeners and how they compare to others on the market. From accuracy to durability to customer support, we cover all reasons why Plusoptix vision screeners are some of the best money can buy.
Occupational hearing loss is a widespread problem. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, about 22 million U.S. workers are exposed to hazardous occupational noise each year. Additionally, over 30 million workers in the U.S. work with or near ototoxic chemicals that can damage hearing. Here are some additional statistics on occupational hearing loss and its repercussions.
An occupational hearing screening is highly important. Not only can it determine whether an employee is hearing well enough to perform their job duties, it can also help deduce if noise hazards in the workplace are causing a person hearing damage. A occupational hearing healthcare practitioner’s duty is to ensure nothing is missed during this examination. Here are 5 questions that should be asked during an occupational health hearing screening.
Until the end of November, Amplivox is offering 10% off its 270+ audiometer and 102-C tympanometer. Read on to learn more about these instruments and what they can do for you!
Interacoustics has three excellent webinars coming up through the end of the year. Read on to learn more and sign up for one that interests you today!