Auditdata Partners with Prestigious London Business School To Offer an Online AI Business Course for Audiology Industry Leaders

Copenhagen, Denmark, April 29, 2024 – Auditdata, a global innovator in solutions for hearing healthcare, has partnered with the London Business School, one of the world's leading business schools, to offer an online AI Business Course for a select group of industry leaders in hearing care.

This prestigious course is designed for executives responsible for making business decisions about adopting and using AI technologies from a general management perspective. While other courses are organized around AI technologies, this course is focused on creating real business value. Participants will gain a solid understanding about the characteristics of AI technology, get clarity around business challenges and data sources, and learn how to select the appropriate AI technologies to connect the two.

Course participants will gain a solid understanding of the advantages and limitations of AI and machine learning (ML) in business settings to communicate effectively with stakeholders, and learn how to connect this powerful technology to business value and results. Additionally, participants will explore real-life examples of how the global nature of the economy has allowed AI to connect businesses around the world and deliver value across diverse applications. The course will also highlight how to leverage AI and ML to create business value.

"We’re using this course to start a discussion about how AI can enable hearing care professionals to deliver the best care experiences to their patients. The course’s focus is how AI is impacting the audiology industry, how this innovative technology will propel the audiology industry into the future, and the practical business applications of AI in our industry. We’re diving deep into the latest trends and developments in AI, learning how to apply AI tools and techniques to daily audiology operations – such as practice management software (Manage) or fitting software (Measure) – and exploring how to leverage AI to create value and competitive advantage for audiology businesses."

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Kurt Bager, CEO


“Course participants will uncover the real business potential of AI in the audiology industry. As part of this course, participants will work alongside industry leaders to discover how hearing care professionals can create significant new value and solve the biggest challenges in the audiology industry by using AI,” Bager explained.

The course will run for six weeks, starting in May 2024 and ending in June. Each week, participants will have access to engaging online sessions, interactive discussions, and practical assignments led by expert faculty from London Business School. They will also have the opportunity to network with other participants from the hearing care industry and share their insights and challenges. Upon completing the course, participants will receive a formal diploma from London Business School.

“As an independent company not owned by any HIM, our goal with this course is to help propel the audiology industry into the AI-age,” Bager continued. “As part of this partnership, Auditdata also invites the attendees from this course to contribute to a report that we’re co-creating with London Business School, focusing focus on the impact of AI on the audiological industry. This report will showcase thought leadership and vision and be shared with a wide audience of audiology stakeholders and influencers.”

About Auditdata

Auditdata enables hearing care professionals, clinics, and hospitals to dispense the best care for their patients through data-driven software, hardware, and services that improve operational efficiency and enrich the patient-provider relationship.  

Since 1992, Auditdata has connected the customer journey and provided professionals with the tools and insights needed to enhance treatment at every touchpoint. Whether elevating accuracy in clinical testing or empowering better conversations with patients—Auditdata solutions enable the knowledge and compassion that make the difference across the pre-clinic, in-clinic, and aftercare journey. 

More than 430 million people deal with hearing impairment, yet only 20% of affected individuals wear hearing aids. Auditdata aims to close the gap of untreated hearing disabilities by working closely together with hearing care professionals worldwide to improve the care experience for everyone facing hearing impairment—from early detection to aftercare. 

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