eAudiology incorporates all information and learnings related to telehealth and eHealth facilitating remote support of audiological rehabilitation.
Learn more about this Phonak initiative.
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, eHealth is increasingly being used to safely treat healthcare needs unrelated to Coronavirus. This digital approach limits potential exposure whilst still providing quality care to those in self-isolation.
Thanks to eAudiology and Remote Support, audiological care can be accessed in a safe and effective way.
Which clients are suitable for Remote Support?
Clients who have:
Clinical implementation guidelines
A summary of 10 things to consider first before conduction Remote Support.
Pre-appointment checklist and staff Role-play instructions.
A 10-step guide series written by renowned international experts, breaking down the guidelines of eAudiology clinical Implementation, into 10 easy-to-follow steps.
Remote Support Fitting Guide
A detailed introduction to successfully conduct a follow up Phonak Target fitting session using Phonak Remote Support.
How to prepare for a Remote Session and Hearing Diary
This video shows how to invite a client to a Remote Support session in Phonak Target.
How to start a Remote Support session
Learn how to start a Remote session in Phonak Target fitting software.
Test Remote Support Connection in Target
Run an internet connection test in Phonak Target fitting software to ensure a successful Remote Support session.
Troubleshooting & FAQ – Remote Support
A summary of the frequently asked technical
Set clients up for Remote Support success
A 4-step guide for setting up a Remote Support session in Phonak Target and a client’s mobile phone.
User Guide myPhonak app
Installation and functionalities myPhonak on a mobile device including Phonak Remote Support instructions.
Short and easy-to-read blog posts on eAudiology and other latest developments in audiology:
Hearing care during COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic
Help protect your patients and stay connected to them during these difficult times. Five tips for hearing care professionals from Dr. Kyle Acker.
Keeping high-risk patient at home
In this blog article, Tania Rodrigues shares her top 3 resources to help HCP’s get up to speed in meeting the audiological needs of high-risk patients remotely
Ecologicial momentary assessment and its potential
Dr. Barbra Timmer shares the importance of using real-world information to highlight individualized hearing aid benefit beyond speech understanding.