For patients and family members with hearing loss the sight of hearing loop signage makes them feel safe, welcome and relieved that they will be able to have clear, informative conversations about their medical care. Discreet and understandable communications with medical staff is an expectation that need not be compromised by hearing impairment.
For one-to-one conversations with privacy, clarity and improved comprehension, choose one or more of the following systems:
2-Way Talker Shield (Open duplex communication + hearing loop)
Looped Rubber Floor Mat
Reference Note: The Guide for Effective Communication in Health Care, published by the Hearing Loss Association of America, was written for patients, families, caregivers and all members of a health care team, from administrators to support staff. The Guide is designed to help hospitals and medical offices follow federal, state and local laws, regulations, and health care standards, and allow patients to ask for, and receive, the accommodation(s) they need to make well informed decisions. Additional resources >
The consumer-preferred assistive technology increases patient experience and engagement and improves compliance with doctors’ orders for treatment and follow-up care.
ADA and HIPAA Compliance as well as IEC60118-4 Code Compliance.
Winning and keeping customers who depend on assistive listening solutions is inclusive and very well appreciated.
Lower the risk of lawsuit for non-compliance and improve employee satisfaction and work performance.
Locations for Loop Systems
A Loop System may be installed at any point of interaction between medical staff, administration, patients and their families. Some installations are permanently wired, others are “plug-n-play” devices that can be portable.
- Patient Registration & Information Desks
- Patient Exam & Consultation Rooms
- Patient Education Spaces (Large Room Loops)
- Pre- and Post-Operative Spaces
- Pharmacy Window, Nursing Stations
- Finance, Records, Outpatient & Discharge Offices
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