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Tele-Audiology Today: Background, Current Practices, and Case Examples, presented in partnership with Salus University

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1.  Tele-Audiology services can be done using which forms of telehealth:
  1. Synchronous/real time and Asynchronous/Store-and-Forward
  2. Only Synchronous/real time
  3. Only mHealth
  4. FaceTime Video
2.  Tele-Audiology practice can be applied to the following services:
  1. Pure tone audiology
  2. Otoacoustic emissions
  3. Hearing Aid Programming
  4. All of the above
3.  Successful Tele-Audiology programs require which of the following:
  1. Donations
  2. Limited equipment
  3. Strong training program for providers and facilitators
  4. Paper documentation
4.  Examples of Tele-Audiology workflows include:
  1. Store-and-forward images and tympanograms for consultation with ENT for otologic disease.
  2. Store-and-forward audiometric consultation to ENT for sudden neurosensory hearing loss and immediate medical care and treatment.
  3. Real time programming of hearing aids for subsdquent adjustments following fitting.
  4. All of the above
5.  Top two areas for telemedicine encounters in the state of Alaska:
  1. Otitis media and Behavioral Health
  2. Hearing Loss and Dental Caries
  3. Blurry Vision and Tinnitus
  4. Pregnancy and Strep Throat
6.  Methods for using Tele-Audiology for determination of hearing sensitivity:
  1. Mobile cell phone
  2. Store and forward with integrated audiometer
  3. Remote desktop with computer-based audiometer
  4. All of the above
7.  Fitting of amplification can be done via Tele-Audiology using the following methods:
  1. Supporting the purchase of real ear equipment in all remote sites.
  2. Collection of Real-Ear-Coupler Difference (RECD) during in-person evaluation.
  3. Skipping patient-specific canal characteristics.
  4. Asking if the hearing aid “feels right”.
8.  Building new Tele-Audiology solutions should take the following factors into consideration except:
  1. Clear assessment of needs
  2. Type of model required for existence environment
  3. Performing whichever service gets the highest reimbursement
  4. Sustainability, including reimbursement and market potential
9.  Using Tele-Audiology enables:
  1. Slower follow-up care
  2. Inefficient use of healthcare resources
  3. Lack of communication between providers
  4. None of the above
10.  An example workflow for tele-Audiology solutions in a remote region is:
  1. Store-and-Forward, Real-time, In-person
  2. In-person, real-time, store-and-forward
  3. Real-time, In-person, store-and-forward
  4. Faxing or using snail mail to send documents

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