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Making the new normal work in hearing care

Remote care is here to stay. With many regular audiology patients falling into the highest-risk categories for COVID-19, more clients are looking for remote service options. Converting to a more remote-based practice may look like a huge task. The purpose of this guide is to deep dive into how COVID-19 modernised hearing care and how you can start taking advantage of remote services.

This guide will help you to:

  • Navigate the pandemic and look at the changing attitudes on remote care
  • Learn and activate several of the most common approaches to teleaudiology
  • Build a strategy for guiding your existing clients toward your Teleaudiology services
  • Understand the opportunities in providing remote care
  • Get ready for a new era in hearing care

More about this guide

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through virtually every industry hearing healthcare is not an exception. As social distancing and stay-at-home orders globally have cut down in-store visits, audiology clinics and retailers have had to upgrade their technological capabilities to accommodate demand. That necessity has boosted teleaudiology that was already building well before the pandemic. With many regular audiology clients falling into the highest-risk categories for COVID-19, more clients are looking for remote options. As technology quickly adapts to meet the new normal, the demand for teleaudiology will continue to grow even after the pandemic has receded.

Table of contents

  • How the pandemic hit audiology practices
  • What is teleaudiology?
  • Changing attitudes towards remote healthcare
  • Is teleaudiology likely to spread further?
  • How to get your company ready for teleaudiology?
  • Let us help you get started with teleaudiology
  • How to protect client data?

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