SHOEBOX Audiometry is changing how hearing conservation programs are delivered by simplifying the workflow. Our systems are easy-to-use, lightweight and portable, and are optimized for use outside of a sound booth.
- Easy-to-use – almost anyone can administer a diagnostic hearing test
- Clinically validated to produce accurate results
- Automated baseline shift detections
- Fast and scalable – run multiple systems simultaneously
- Can be used to help with OSHA and MSHA compliance and reporting requirements
- Import historic patient demographic and audiogram reports
- Integrated custom questionnaires
- Paperless data management
Case Farms recently implemented SHOEBOX Audiometry at its Winesburg, Ohio complex. Their Occupational Health Nurse oversees Winesburg’s OSHA compliance programs, workers compensation requirements, and all basic health and wellness needs. She chose SHOEBOX’s iPad audiometer to administer the complex’s occupational hearing conservation program for four key reasons.
Mercy Hospital in Lebanon, Missouri is a 78-bed acute care medical facility. Their experienced team of professionals delivers the highest quality healthcare, and they believe that exceptional care should always be available close to home. They offer a full range of services including Occupational Hearing Conservation programs for a number of local industries.
“Tablet audiometry makes it possible to detect, as early as possible and in very remote locations, shifts in a baseline audiogram. And we have trained local health workers to perform these diagnostic tests. Thanks SHOEBOX!”
SHOEBOX has been clinically validated for use as a diagnostic audiometer, even when testing is performed outside of a sound booth. We have been included in various studies on the efficacy of tablet audiometry, conducted at some of the world’s leading institutions, including Mayo Clinic, McGill University, CHEO, and more.