What you will find on this page
- What is Connected Care?
- How Connected Care supports patient care
Connected Care is a transformational approach to hearing care where patient data and insights connect across different care settings – from the surgical suite to the clinic, and into a patient’s everyday life.
We know how important your patients, their progress and hearing outcomes are to you. We also understand that prioritising quality patient care as you face increasing demands on your time can be a challenge. Connected Care offers new tools that are designed to give you the flexibility to customise patient care, increase clinic efficiency and maximise your time - so you can focus on what matters most.
As the global leader in implantable hearing, with more than 600,000 devices implanted, our Connected Care solutions1,2 are built on extensive programming data and patient insight. By bringing together our evidence-based solutions and your expertise, Connected Care helps you optimise hearing outcomes for each patient at every stage of their hearing journey.
Supporting patient care
With Connected Care, you have the potential to:
- stay connected to your patients and monitor their performance in the clinic and the real world
- increase clinic efﬁciency, enabling you to provide quality, convenient care to an increasing patient base
- empower patients to manage their devices and hearing experience
This material is intended for health professionals. If you are a consumer, please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.
1 Remote Check test battery for CI recipients: proof of concept study. Saji Maruthurkkara et al International Journal of Audiology 2021.
2 Evaluation of Remote Check: A Clinical Tool for Asynchronous Monitoring and Triage of Cochlear Implant Recipients’. Saji Maruthurkkara et al Ear and Hearing 2021.