The Strategic, Economic and Clinical Case for Adopting a Cochlear Implant Robotics Program

Healthcare3/20/2024 11:00 PM

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With presentations from experts at Atrium Wake Forest Baptist Health, this webinar will provide health system professionals with knowledge on how adopting a cochlear implant robotics program can help to position their health system's cochlear implant program as the program of choice for patients in their region. Our distinguished presenters, including an Associate Vice President of Regional Strategy and Planning and an Associate Professor of Otology/Neurotology, bring extensive expertise and firsthand experience to the discussion. They will delve into the strategic advantages, economic benefits, and clinical outcomes associated with integrating a cochlear implant robotics program into healthcare systems. Key highlights of the webinar include: 1. Strategic insights into positioning healthcare systems as leaders on patient access to advancements in implantable hearing technology 2. Analysis showcasing the economic case for cochlear implant robotics programs 3. Clinical evidence of robotic-assisted cochlear implantation vs. manual implantation techniques This webinar is tailored for professionals working within healthcare systems, particularly those involved in strategic planning, otology/neurotology, and related fields. Whether you're exploring innovative solutions to enhance patient care or seeking to stay ahead of industry trends, this webinar is an invaluable opportunity to gain knowledge and insights from leaders at the forefront of hearing healthcare. Don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity to discover the strategic, economic, and clinical rationale behind adopting a cochlear implant robotics program.


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