Bridging the Service Gap...Through Audiology Telepractice

Krumm, Mark; Ribera, John; Froelich, Thomas
June 2002
ASHA Leader;6/11/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the growing usage of telepractice or telemedicine among audiologists. Potential benefits of telepractice for hearing health services in rural communities; Ways in which audiologists uses telepractice; Forms of telepractice.


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