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See how and why Blaise Delfino, CEO of Audiology Services, uses Redux every day to improve patient care and save valuable practice time.

The Ubiquity of Hearables & How Redux Can Help!

The Ubiquity of Hearables & How Redux Can Help!

Where technology is concerned, speed and integration are the names of the game. We look at our smartphones possibly hundreds of times per day, and a pet industry of accessory devices seems to have been waiting in the wings since at least the mid-2000s to jump in and help us get more done without always […]

Drying Beyond Just Hearing Aids

Drying Beyond Just Hearing Aids

Hearing aids have been around since the 17th century, and electronic hearing aids have been common since the early 1900s, though in recent decades the technology has taken off like never before. Improvements in battery technology, computing power, and software capability have allowed hearing aids to become extraordinarily more useful than ever before. Yet the […]

Why Moisture is the Natural Enemy of Electronic Devices

Why Moisture is the Natural Enemy of Electronic Devices

Electronics have come a long way in the last 50 years. In 1965, Gordon Moore predicted that every two years, the number of transistors in an integrated circuit would double every two years. Today known as “Moore’s Law,” this “law” was more of an observation that companies and governments alike have seen fit to invest […]

Veterans and Hearing Loss

Veterans and Hearing Loss

Our veterans and active duty service members are some of the most important and brave women and men in our country. These brave soldiers have voluntarily put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms we enjoy each and every day. Enlisting in the military comes with many risks, and unfortunately tinnitus and hearing […]

Myths about Hearing Aids

This virus has brought our world to a standstill. Never before, at this breadth or pace, have the lives of so many people around the world been impacted. But there are early signs of recovery as the vaccine rollout progresses and as the rate of infections starts to slow down in some hard-hit areas. As such, some counties, towns, and states are slowly beginning to reopen their businesses, public areas, and more. The Next ‘New Normal’ While there have been many predictions about when we “get back to normal,” many expect 2022 to be the year. But does this mean that things will go back to the way they were before? The end of lockdown may not necessarily signal a return to the “normal” we knew. Re-openings will take various configurations, with different countries, territories, and business sectors opening up at different speeds and in different ways. In this way, it might be best to talk about the next new normal as characterized by uncertainty and unpredictability. Plan for the worst, hope for the best You will need to take steps to ensure that your company is ready to function in a post-pandemic world, even accounting for all the other business challenges currently on your plate. Being adequately prepared to move in response to external crises will help you preserve market stability in the long run. Although some may feel pressure to concentrate resources on making up for lost sales instead, if time and consideration aren’t given to build a “move-forward” strategy, companies may find themselves struggling even further. By being agile, creating a strategy, and communicating policies and goals to ensure that all your team members are ready for the new normal, businesses set themselves up for successfully navigating this or any other crisis in the future. One way to prepare? Get your company organized so that you are well-positioned to capitalize when 'normal' returns (whatever that may look like). Go Digital Digitizing your company is the best way of organizing your company's workflows. Many organizations rely on paper documentation for governance, organizational needs, and general management. Converting paper documents to digital ones increases operating performance, streamlines your workflow, and improves a business's customer relationships and the public perception of your company. More significantly, digitization guarantees that their electronic counterparts can remain available if paper records are lost or destroyed. In this respect, companies operating in the medical, financial, and legal fields are especially vulnerable. The pandemic has wreaked havoc on many businesses in many areas, from supply chain logistics to labor. Business continuity and disaster recovery programs ensure that your organization will have the capability to operate its critical business functions during emergency events. Services to consider when migrating to a digital work system: ● Artificial Intelligence: Streamline your organizations processes with machine learning and other AI tools designed to automate workflows. ● Imaging and Data Capture: Convert paper and electronic documents into functional data through sophisticated optical character recognition (OCR) and intelligent character recognition (ICR) software that can be fed directly into your ERP, medical claims or billing system. ● Digital Mailroom: Reduce the complexity, cost and time associated with opening, managing and distributing inbound documents, freeing your staff to focus on core competencies. ● Enrollment Form Processing: Increase the speed and accuracy of processing enrollment forms and accompanying payments, while reallocating resources to core business functions. ● Print and Mail: Manage large-scale communications with an outbound digital mailroom. Outsourcing this function also allows your organization to leverage deep postage discounts in addition to saving on production costs. There is no doubt that businesses have been hit hard during this unprecedented time. But in the next normal, those who invest in the right tools, systems, and teams, and have the right mindset will be better equipped to thrive in the new business climate.

Hearing loss is a severe condition in the United States alone, affecting 48 million people. Although the effects of hearing loss on your ears are permanent, hearing aids can help people hear the sounds they may be lacking.  But somewhere along the way, the message isn’t getting through. Around 70% of those who could benefit […]

Tips for Hearing Aid Care and Maintenance

Tips for Hearing Aid Care and Maintenance

Hearing aids are powerful and quite durable. Just like any other technological device, they also require a bit of care and maintenance in order to continue working at full efficacy for years to come. There are many steps that patients can take at home to properly care for their hearing aids, and of course also […]

Why Aren’t All Hearing Aids Waterproof?

Why Aren’t All Hearing Aids Waterproof?

Hearing aids of today are pretty impressive. They amplify the sounds you want to hear while suppressing background noise – and are smart enough to intuitively know the difference. Today’s hearing aids can stream music and podcasts directly from most smart devices. Some of today’s hearing aids are even equipped with tinnitus masking technology and […]

“Will You Please Speak Up?”

“Will You Please Speak Up?”

Hard Things Hearing loss is hard.  It’s hard in ways that people without hearing loss sometimes don’t even understand.  It’s socially isolating. It’s emotionally draining. It’s mentally taxing. It’s physically exhausting. And it’s invisible. There is a correct assumption that hearing loss is easier if a person will just ‘speak-up’.    What is misunderstood about this […]

Partner Testimony by Hello Hearing Australia

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Founded in 2015, Hello Hearing is owned and operated by two born-and-bred local audiologists, Jason and Matthew Le Dilly, who each hold almost 15 years of experience in the profession.  They are trusted by a large local network of GPs and Ear Specialists in Australia in providing comprehensive and accurate assessments.  Their objective is to provide […]