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BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 Acoustics. Hearing aid fitting management Tele-services as part of hearing aid fitting management (tHAFM)

BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024

Acoustics. Hearing aid fitting management Tele-services as part of hearing aid fitting management (tHAFM)

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Standard number:BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024
Pages:22
Released:2024-05-22
ISBN:978 0 539 26030 4
Status:Standard
BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 - Acoustics. Hearing Aid Fitting Management Tele-services

BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 - Acoustics. Hearing Aid Fitting Management Tele-services as part of hearing aid fitting management (tHAFM)

Standard Number: BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024

Pages: 22

Released: 2024-05-22

ISBN: 978 0 539 26030 4

Status: Standard

Overview

Welcome to the future of hearing aid fitting management with the BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard. This comprehensive document is your ultimate guide to integrating tele-services into hearing aid fitting management (tHAFM). Whether you are a healthcare professional, audiologist, or a service provider, this standard is designed to help you deliver superior care and convenience to your clients.

Why Choose BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024?

In today's fast-paced world, the demand for remote healthcare services is growing exponentially. The BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard addresses this need by providing a robust framework for tele-services in hearing aid fitting management. Here are some compelling reasons to adopt this standard:

  • Enhanced Accessibility: Tele-services make it easier for patients to access hearing aid fitting services from the comfort of their homes.
  • Improved Efficiency: Streamline your operations and reduce the need for in-person visits, saving time for both practitioners and patients.
  • High-Quality Care: Ensure consistent and high-quality care through standardized procedures and protocols.
  • Cost-Effective: Reduce overhead costs associated with physical appointments and travel.

Key Features

The BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard is packed with features that make it an indispensable tool for modern hearing aid fitting management:

  • Comprehensive Guidelines: Detailed instructions on how to implement tele-services in hearing aid fitting management.
  • Best Practices: Recommendations for best practices to ensure optimal outcomes for patients.
  • Technical Specifications: Technical requirements and specifications for tele-services infrastructure.
  • Quality Assurance: Protocols for maintaining high standards of care and service quality.
  • Patient-Centric Approach: Focus on patient satisfaction and engagement through user-friendly tele-services.

Who Should Use This Standard?

The BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard is ideal for a wide range of professionals and organizations, including:

  • Audiologists: Enhance your practice with cutting-edge tele-services.
  • Healthcare Providers: Integrate tele-services into your existing hearing aid fitting management systems.
  • Service Providers: Offer remote hearing aid fitting services to expand your reach and improve patient care.
  • Researchers: Utilize the standard for studies and research in tele-audiology.

Table of Contents

The BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard is organized into several key sections, each providing valuable insights and guidelines:

  1. Introduction
  2. Scope
  3. Normative References
  4. Terms and Definitions
  5. General Requirements
  6. Tele-services Infrastructure
  7. Implementation Guidelines
  8. Quality Assurance and Monitoring
  9. Patient Engagement and Satisfaction
  10. Conclusion

Release Information

The BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard was officially released on May 22, 2024. It is a 22-page document that provides a comprehensive framework for integrating tele-services into hearing aid fitting management. The standard is available in English and can be identified by its ISBN number: 978 0 539 26030 4.

Conclusion

Embrace the future of hearing aid fitting management with the BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard. By adopting this standard, you can enhance accessibility, improve efficiency, and deliver high-quality care to your patients. Don't miss out on the opportunity to revolutionize your practice with cutting-edge tele-services.

Get your copy of the BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 standard today and take the first step towards a more efficient and patient-centric approach to hearing aid fitting management.

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BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024


This standard BS EN ISO 21388-2:2024 Acoustics. Hearing aid fitting management is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 17.140.01 Acoustic measurements and noise abatement in general
  • 11.020.10 Health care services in general
  • 11.180.15 Aids for deaf and hearing impaired people
This document is a supplement to ISO 21388 which applies to hearing aid fitting management (HAFM) services offered by hearing aid professionals (HAP). It focusses on tele-services which can substitute, or complement services defined in ISO 21388, and it defines services which is provided in the facilities of the HAP. Moreover, this document specifies important preconditions such as education, facilities and systems that are required to ensure proper tele-services. If not other stated all definitions and requirements of ISO 21388 also apply for this document without further notice. Furthermore, it is tried to keep the structure of ISO 21388 to make it easier to use both standards together. It is recognized that certain populations with hearing loss such as children, persons with other disabilities or persons with implantable devices can require services outside the scope of this document. Assisted tele-services provided by non-hearing aid professionals, self-fitting, and other non-hearing care related services are also outside the scope of this document.