Course Abstract & Learning Objectives

This course provides a comprehensive framework for hearing care professionals planning to transition their clinics from paper-based to paperless systems. Irrespective of the specific software or equipment in use, we aim to deliver an understanding of how your client management software, equipment, and hearing aid software can collaborate to eliminate paper entirely, saving you both time and money. The curriculum includes crucial features required for a smooth transition, effective management of existing paper files, and strategies to implement paperless cross-checks, ensuring seamless operation in your newly transformed digital clinic.

  • Learners will be able to identify and understand the essential elements of a paperless clinic, including the interaction between client management software, equipment, and hearing aid software. They will learn how these systems can be synchronized to eliminate the use of paper and improve efficiency.

  • Transition Management: Learners will gain the knowledge needed to effectively manage the transition from paper to digital. This will include handling existing paper files and determining the necessary steps to convert these files into a digital format.

  • Implement Paperless Cross-Checks: Learners will learn how to implement paperless cross-checks to ensure the accuracy, completeness, and security of the digital records, thereby maintaining high-quality patient care while leveraging digital technology.

How Do I Take This Course?

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Amy Trusler

Doctor of Audiology

My roots lie in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada, where I previously owned and operated my private hearing care practice. A big focus of my practice was working with First Nations communities, where I implemented a rural audiology care program. I also mentored other hearing care professionals and delivering lectures and presentations in the community. After selling my practice in 2019, I was drawn toward continuing education in hearing healthcare, with a focus on online and on-demand e-learning.