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.
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.
Hearing aid verification is a useful procedure that can help save time and increase patient satisfaction. If you’re thinking about adding this service to your practice, you want to make sure you have the right equipment. That’s why we put together this helpful hearing aid verification comparison chart!
As time marches on, hearing care professionals are becoming busier, creating a higher demand for innovative technologies that can help them better automate their workload and save time.
Give yourself the gift of savings this holiday season by taking advantage of MedRx’s end-of-year sale. Until the new year is rung in, you can save up to $1,000 on select MedRx equipment.
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.
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!
Innovation is key to pushing healthcare forward. Each year, new technologies are released that improve the way people are screened and treated for debilitating health conditions. These advancements result in faster, more accurate testing that can help practitioners better develop treatment plans that result in more positive patient outcomes.
Newborn hearing screening is incredibly important. In fact, according to the Hearing Health Foundation, 97 percent of babies are screened for hearing disorders before leaving the hospital. Why is this? Because early intervention is of the utmost importance. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, hearing loss can affect a child’s ability to develop speech, language, and social skills.