Remote hearing screenings via telehealth in a rural elementary school.

  title={Remote hearing screenings via telehealth in a rural elementary school.},
  author={Paul Lancaster and Mark Krumm and John E. Ribera and Richard P. Klich},
  journal={American journal of audiology},
  volume={17 2},
PURPOSE Telehealth (telepractice) is the provision of health care services using telecommunications. Telehealth technology typically has been employed to increase the level of health care access for consumers living in rural communities. In this way, audiologists can use telehealth to provide services in the rural school systems. This is important because school hearing screening programs are the foundation of educational audiology programs. Therefore, the goal of this study was to determine… CONTINUE READING


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