Through the annual awards program, Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM) recognizes technological innovation and achievement in the hearing industry. This year’s awards program saw dozens of innovative technologies, submitted from companies across the globe in eight categories. Shoebox PureTest won the Equipment – Mobile Testing category and SHOEBOX Remote received an honorable mention in the Remote Care category.
Since its inception, the awards program has helped raise over $20,000 to support the work of two non-profit organizations: the Hearing Loss Association of America and the Hearing Health Foundation.
As the makers of the world’s easiest-to-use hearing screeners and audiometers, SHOEBOX was invented because we believe that everyone deserves equal access to hearing healthcare. Our SHOEBOX PureTest and Remote products reflect the level of commitment to innovation that is required to make that possible.
SHOEBOX PureTest is the only technology of its kind to help workplaces implement OSHA-compliant in-house hearing testing programs. SHOEBOX Remote is the first teleaudiology solution to perform accurate diagnostic hearing tests without being face-to-face with a patient.
“The goal of the Innovator Awards is to recognize the organizations and people who bring new hearing care ideas to life,” said the 2022 Awards Program Chair, Jerry DeRosa. “Technologies being developed by companies like SHOEBOX are helping drive innovation forward across the industry.”
SHOEBOX Ltd. designs and manufactures innovative hearing testing and screening devices that leverage the power of mobile technology. We offer an alternative approach to traditional equipment that is highly accurate, easy to use, and cost-effective. For more information, visit www.shoebox.md/
Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM) provides timely information and lively insights to anyone who cares about hearing loss. Readers and contributors are drawn from many sectors of the hearing field, including practitioners, researchers, manufacturers, educators, and, importantly, consumers with hearing loss and those who love them. By involving all these groups, we hope to bridge the gaps in knowledge that so often divide them. To learn more, visit HearingHealthMatters.org.