After a firmware update in the Connexx 9.9 software, the BiCore Platform can now offer updates to 2 of its features with even more benefit to the wearer. Join this brief overview to learn more about the updates to features, as well as the Rexton App and Rexton Assist.
Course created on August 26, 2023
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Dr. Gehlen is Senior Program Manager of Professional Education for WSAudiology. She is responsible for the planning and execution of training content to staff and continuing education for technology, products, and fitting software for customers in the U.S. She holds an Au.D. from the University of Florida. For the Signia brand, she has previously held roles in management, clinical education, staff audiologist for manufacturing and customer support, and field training for customers. She presents at national and state meetings with a focus on industry topics amplification and tinnitus. She has practiced clinical audiology and hearing aid fitting in a variety of clinical settings in northern California and in the Tampa Bay, Florida area prior to joining Signia in 2011.
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