Hearing Aid Verification – it’s time for introspection

*WARNING* The following message contains a soap box rant. Please move on to the previous blog article if you wish to bypass said rant. Thank you, and have a great rest of the day! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We’ve all heard , or even said, these lines before. “I just don’t have time.” “I’ve been fitting hearing aids…… Continue reading Hearing Aid Verification – it’s time for introspection

OTObiography 3.5: A Team Effort: Helping Audiologists Adapt to the Newest Technologies

I am excited to introduce you to our Regional Sales Director, Eileen Kosowicz, who was one the original members of Audiology Systems’ sales team when the company was founded in 2012. She talks about how 17 years of industry experience, a focus on innovation and providing solutions and “the team” help her become a great…… Continue reading OTObiography 3.5: A Team Effort: Helping Audiologists Adapt to the Newest Technologies

Audiometry Diagnoistics – teaching an old dog new tricks

While it really isn’t necessary to reinvent the  Hughson-Westlake procedure, audiologists can redefine ourselves in new and exciting ways simply by rethinking what our current practice looks like. For some, that’s taking on new testing procedures to keep up with their patient needs. For others, that’s taking on a new demographic of patients. And sometimes…… Continue reading Audiometry Diagnoistics – teaching an old dog new tricks

OTObiography 3.4: Entrepreneurial Spirit Drives Helping Customers

In this video, our Regional Sales Director, Steve Nowakowski, tell us how two decades of experience in the hearing care industry and his own experience as an entrepreneur taught him the importance of customer satisfaction.  This knowledge helps him to be a consultative partner to professionals, audiologists and practice owners today. hEAR more from us:…… Continue reading OTObiography 3.4: Entrepreneurial Spirit Drives Helping Customers

What Healthcare Can Learn From the Xennials

With the technology explosion that has happened within the Xennial Generation (what’s a Xennial? CLICK HERE),  it’s no wonder healthcare has been slow to adopt new and upcoming technologies.  The influx of what was new and cutting edge is at times difficult to sort through, especially with the rapid development of new tech.   We…… Continue reading What Healthcare Can Learn From the Xennials

OTObiography 3.3: Personal Understanding & Professional Commitment

Audiologist Jeanette Fitzke tells how her own hearing loss led to a career in Audiology.  That early experience began the 19-year journey of serving in different medical facilities and, today, helps her guide fellow audiologists regarding clinical best practice and leveraging the latest technologies. hEAR more from us: http://www.audiologysystems.com/OTObiography

The Challenge of Getting CEUs Live vs. Online

As a busy clinician, it is often difficult finding time to obtain Continuing Education Credits, or CEUs.  When I was seeing patients daily I often found myself completing online courses, such as from Audiology Online, in order to keep up with my state license requirements as well as my American Board of Audiology (ABA) certification…… Continue reading The Challenge of Getting CEUs Live vs. Online