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The Current State of Telehealth for Cochlear Implants: Cochlear™ Remote Care

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1.  Remote Care is part of Cochlear’s Connected Care tools and services. With Remote Care, clinicians can:
  1. Provide streamlined in-clinic care, optimizing every in-person appointment
  2. Enhance patient outcomes through surgical tools and insights
  3. Empower patients through self-accessed tools like Cochlear CoPilot
  4. Monitor patients and deliver quality care when needed, without a trip to the clinic
2.  In a recent survey, what percentage of patients said they would try remote care if offered by their clinician?
  1. 24%
  2. 41%
  3. 63%
  4. 98%
3.  Remote Check allows clinicians to:
  1. Program a cochlear implant remotely
  2. Check a patient’s progress remotely
  3. Replace a broken sound processor
  4. Check on the status of an upgrade
4.  Which of the following Remote Check tools can be used to confirm the patient’s speech perception abilities are stable over time?
  1. Speech in Noise
  2. Impedances
  3. Implant site photos
  4. Audiogram
5.  Which of the following is NOT an appropriate use of Remote Check?
  1. Determining whether an experienced cochlear implant recipient needs to be seen in person for their four-year post-activation evaluation
  2. Troubleshooting for a patient who reports a change in their hearing but lives two hours from the clinic
  3. As the only follow up two weeks after initial activation for a new recipient
  4. As a replacement for routine follow up visits for those patients who are interested

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