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Efficient Assessment When You Need It
We had a shot at [hearing] recovery because we kept the timeline to treatment…very short.
Lieutenant Colonel Jillyen Curry-Mathis
Chief, Force Health Protection for the XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg
Help to Save Hearing
Ultimately this capability will help save hearing and keep military members healthy and mission ready.
Colonal (Dr.) Lakeisha Henry
Hearing Center of Excellence Division Chief, Air Force
This technology allows audiologists to take hearing testing far-forward on the battlefield and conduct assessments in individuals that have been wounded or injured without needing a large audiometric sound booth.
Lieutenant Colonel John Merkley
Army Hearing Program Manager
The WAHTS makes the provision of hearing testing much more accessible to health and safety professionals and will likely afford greater opportunities for many smaller employers to implement audiometric monitoring as part of a hearing conservation program.
Deanna Meinke, Ph.D
Winchester Distinguished Professor of Audiology, University of Northern Colorado
Special Consultant to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Hearing Loss Prevention Team