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TeleHear remote services

Connect with your patients anywhere

TeleHear remote services connects you with your patients, even when they can't come to your office. You can talk to them, guide them, and perform remote fitting updates all in real time without them needing to come into the office. TeleHear remote services adds Feedback Cancellation Initialization and In-situ Audiometry to provide a complete full-service remote first-fit solution with user acceptance ratings comparable to in-office sessions.
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Thrive Hearing Control App on mobile phone

Easy and efficient

Synchronous and asynchronous adjustments can be performed via video chat through the patient's Thrive app, allowing you to help them when they need you the most.

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Always convenient

Remote services are convenient for the patient and the professional, making it possible to help them wherever they are.
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Safety first

Allows for continuity of care when health conditions or life situations make it difficult or unwise to be seen in person.
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Secure by design

The data collected and transmitted during a remote fitting is encrypted in compliance with HIPAA and other data privacy global regulations.

Telemedicine is popular with patients and professionals

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90% of patients agreed that completing a follow-up fine-tuning appointment remotely with TeleHear would be a suitable replacement for an in-person programming session.1
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80% of participant patients rated TeleHear as somewhat easy to use to very easy to use.1
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88% of HCP consider remote care services improve flexibility in services provided, including scheduling (68%).2

1 Introducing TeleHear: An Evolution in Synchronous Remote Programming, Maddie M. Olson, Au.D.
2 Gabrielle H. Saunders & Amber Roughley (2021) Audiology in the time of COVID-19: practices and opinions of audiologists in the UK, International Journal of Audiology, 60:4, 255-262, DOI: 10.1080/14992027.2020.1814432