Developed by occupational health specialists for occupational health specialists, Audibase is the database to use as an OH professional when working with all aspects of health and safety in the workplace.
We put years of development into creating a database that offers you so much more than just unlimited storage of your patient records. Audibase also supports you with extended filter functionality of your data for better patient review. This allows 'at risk' individuals and user defined reporting groups to be easily identified and monitored. At the same time, test records are automatically categorised in accordance with HSE recommendations.
- Unlimited storage of patient demographics and test records
- Audiometry and Vision Module in one Suite
- Preview option of all measured audiograms
- Automated HSE audiogram categorisation
- Optional OHSA audiogram categorisation
- Integrated, customisable questionnaire
- Identification of ”at risk” personnel
- Recall function
- Extensive analysis features
Audibase is perfect for the following devices:
- Desktop audiometers 116, 170 and CA850
- PC based audiometers PC850 and Otosure
To allow your full focus to be on your working day, Audibase will support you with an intuitive and logical workflow which reflects your work routine in a way you'll never have experienced a software to do before. Audibase features an icon arrangement which is straight-forward and easy to use. Following each step through as Audibase suggests will decrease the time you spend on entering or finding patient demographics and allow you to start the measurement within no time, to give you more time for what matters most.
Audibase includes several features to ensure you can use your time more productively. Thinking with you, the pro-active software automatically categorises audiograms based on HSE recommendations. An integrated, user definable recall function ensures your organization of annual audiogram re-tests. We've also added a hearing conservation programme with data analysis features. This feature means that ‘At risk’ individuals and user-defined reporting groups can be easily identified and monitored.