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How Can I Tailor Reports Based on my Testing and my Referral Sources?

Tony Lombardo, MS

May 22, 2017

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Is there an efficient way to manage my testing data and tailor my reporting to suit the array of tests I perform and meet the specific needs of my various referral sources?

Answer

Audiologists work with a variety of referral sources; everything from ENT’s, pediatricians, general practitioners to a wide array of specialty physicians.  Tailoring a report that meets each of the different protocols and referral source preferences can be a time consuming task, and sometimes hard to keep straight.  GSI Suite™ is designed to help manage test and patient data, and can save you time and help keep your reports organized. 

Suite can be used as a stand-alone software or as a module of NOAH and communicates directly with GSI’s audiometers (AudioStar Pro™, Pello™, GSI 39™, GSI 61™), middle ear analyzers (TympStar Pro™, TympStar Classic™, GSI 39), and OAE devices (Corti™). This allows you to consolidate the results of all tests you do into a patient’s electronic file.  Suite will also allow you to pull audiometric and tympanometric data from non-GSI equipment, as long as it communicates with the public databases in NOAH.  Once you have all of your test data transferred to the patient file, you can use one of 20+ GSI designed report templates, or use our powerful report writing tool to customize a report specifically for the types of tests in your protocol, or specific to the needs of your referral source.  Suite lets you organize those reports into a favorites list so that the ones you use most often will be the easiest to access quickly.  You can also use Suite to help cut down on the time it takes to write comments with a tool to manage predefined comments.  Once you have completed the report using Suite, you can save to PDF, JPEG, TIFF or XPS to email, or attach to an EMR.

Suite is powerful tool that can be customized to meet the many reporting demands that come with a busy audiology office.  To find out more, check out our CE course, Get Creative with GSI Suite, visit our AudiologyOnline Expo Page, or visit our website, www.grason-stadler.com/solutions/software/gsi-suite      


tony lombardo

Tony Lombardo, MS

At GSI, Tony is focused on training, support and education.  He received his Masters from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with an emphasis on pediatric audiology.  He has over 20 years of experience in the hearing industry and has worked in a variety of settings.  He has experience performing diagnostic testing with all age ranges, industrial audiology, retail, hearing aid financing and insurance, practice development programs and industry trade shows.  


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