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Narrowing Care Gaps for Early Language Delay
System-level changes improved access to evaluation and treatment for low-income children with language delay and narrowed the gap in access between families in lower versus higher income neighborhoods.
Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) as an adverse event following immunization (AEFI): Case definition & guidelines for data collection, analysis, and presentation of immunization safety data.
Family Impact of Pediatric Hearing Loss: Findings from Parent Interviews and a Parent Support Group
The results revealed parents’ reactions and adaptations to their child’s hearing health needs, as well as helpful supports and services.
Stories From the Webcams: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Audiology Telehealth and Pediatric Auditory Device Services.
- Wendy Steuerwald, I. Windmill, Michael Scott, Tommy C. Evans, Kathleen Kramer
- MedicineAmerican journal of audiology
- 19 November 2018
The cases presented illustrate that telehealth can be used to provide some auditory device services, such as troubleshooting, mapping, and parent consulting, and provide a framework for audiologists interested in starting a telehealth program.
Audiology Assistants: Results of a Multicenter Survey.
Based on the duties recommended within the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association guidelines and by many states, expanded employment of AAs, as well as expansion of assigned duties should be considered.
Pediatric Audiology Productivity: Results From a Multicenter Survey.
Most surveyed facilities measure productivity at the individual and/or department levels, but there is no standard method and further study and discussion are needed to develop an optimal method for productivity measurement in audiology.
Approaches to Measuring Productivity in Audiology Clinics
Different aspects of tracking productivity are described, some more simple than others, and others more complex but potentially more meaningful.