Consult YHN is a national network of independent audiologists, hearing aid dispensers, universities, and hospitals. Since 1995, it has represented the nation's largest, highest-quality, and most accessible hearing healthcare network to members and their patients.
If you’re familiar with Interacoustics’ line of vestibular testing equipment, then you know that they are always pushing the boundaries and breaking new ground in the realm of balance assessment technology. Recently, they added to their long list of technological achievements with the release of the TRV chair, a new tool for diagnosis and treatment of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
To follow up on our recent article about the importance of RECD for conducting hearing aid fittings with minimal contact, we’ve recorded a two-part podcast on the same topic titled RECD: Couplers and Conundrums.
As in any healthcare profession, medical screening and diagnostic equipment is vital to the success of an occupational health program. Using high-quality, reliable tools ensures test results are accurate, which helps occupational health professionals better determine whether a person can safely return to their work duties. Thus, creating a safer work environment for everyone.
On July 13-16, Interacoustics Academy is hosting an online learning event about trends in pediatric assessment and hearing aid fitting. The event will be hosted as an online classroom, consisting of video presentations, software demonstrations and Q&A sessions.
Below is a real story about how our team in Louisiana helped an ENT quickly resolve their issues with responsive service.
To follow up on our previous blog post about audiometric booth sanitation, here is some more information on how to keep your audiometric booth or sound room properly ventilated.
As a leading audiometer on the market, the GSI AudioStar Pro has a ton of great features that help audiologists more confidently test patients’ hearing. Don’t just take it from us though; see what a real audiologist has to say about their experience.
Recently, GSI released a new tele-audiology guide through its educational platform, GSI Advance. The guide provides a comprehensive overview – from what the current landscape looks like to what options are available in the market today. Additionally, it breaks down how GSI AMTAS can be used in a tele-audiology program and the different types of tele-audiology so you can more easily determine which is right for your facility.
Covid-19 has created much uncertainty about how the world will change in its wake. Today and moving forward, sanitation is going to be of the utmost importance. In the healthcare field, where sanitation is already a top priority, what more can be done to ensure your space is as clean and safe as possible for patients?