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Exploring the Latest Verification Enhancements in Audioscan Hearing Instrument Fitting Systems

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1.  What is NOT a benefit of performing hearing instrument verification when dispensing hearing aids?
  1. Verification follows the science of hearing aid fitting, supported by decades of peer-reviewed research and best practice guidelines.
  2. Verification results in less initial hearing aid gain, so the client won’t return the hearing aids right away.
  3. Verification is associated with reduced follow-up visits and greater client satisfaction.
  4. Verification equipment provides an effective method of counseling the client on hearing aid benefit.
2.  What are key advantages of networking an Audioscan for communication with your fitting PC?
  1. Integration with Noah 4 patient database, VerifitLINK automated verification, remote operation via Remote Console.
  2. Networking improves the stability of the PC software.
  3. Direct integration with NAL-NL2 and DSL 5 target modules.
  4. Networking does not offer any additional benefits.
3.  What is NOT a method for improving hearing instrument verification efficiency using Audioscan products?
  1. Utilizing VerifitLINK to automate the adjustment to NAL-NL2 or DSL 5 prescriptive targets.
  2. Utilizing the Audioscan Noah Module for transferring the patient’s audiogram data.
  3. Utilizing test setups to switch between protocols.
  4. Utilizing equal-loudness contour measurements.
4.  Why might test setup protocols be an effective tool?
  1. Enable you to skip performing any measurements when fitting hearing aids.
  2. Enable you to automatically put the client’s name on your reports.
  3. Enable automated verification via VerifitLINK.
  4. Enable quick selection of fitting target parameters and test stimuli associated with the client’s hearing needs.
5.  Which of following is the best example for deriving benefit from Audioscan test setup protocols?
  1. Selecting test sequences so that all tests automatically play in a pre-configured or random order.
  2. Selecting between an adult vs. pediatric Speechmap verification protocol, or easily switching your protocol to one optimized for verifying frequency lowering, CROS, or FM / remote mic systems.
  3. Pre-programming hearing aids in the test box.
  4. Automating gain adjustment of the hearing instruments.

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