Cochlear Limited (ASX: COH), the global leader in implantable hearing solutions, is proud to highlight the success of Cochlear Link, an innovative customer service offering that makes it easier for cochlear implant clinics to serve their patients while reducing costs.
Cochlear Link is a secure cloud-based data transfer system for clinics serving patients with Cochlear Nucleus® cochlear implants. The Cochlear Link software, enabled by Amazon Web Services (AWS), centralizes patient data and expedites device repairs, saving clinicians time and money on administrative tasks and enhancing service and support for patients.
“Cochlear Link has been incredibly helpful to our clinic,” said Holly Teagle, Director, The Children’s Cochlear Implant Center at the University of North Carolina. “It has increased our efficiency and improved our patient care by allowing us to quickly respond to patient needs. It’s a win for all.”
Through the secure sharing of patient information between Cochlear and the clinic, device repairs and services are facilitated faster, minimizing the time a Cochlear recipient may be without sound. Of the clinics using Cochlear Link, 84 percent of service requests for Nucleus implant patients are completed within 24 hours, and 87 percent of service requests are processed without clinic assistance. Previously, service requests could have taken as long as 30 days to complete.
“The speed of Cochlear’s response to our repair request was amazing. We received notice that my son’s replacement sound processor had shipped less than eight hours following our request,” said Trina Daywalt, parent of a Nucleus Implant System recipient. “This is truly a giant leap forward in customer service and satisfaction, and we thank Cochlear for always striving to improve turnaround time when repair and service needs happen.”
By utilizing Cochlear Link, a patient’s cochlear implant device information is securely synchronized between Cochlear and the clinic. The service automatically registers a patient’s device and warranty, ensuring accuracy and that the warranty starts on time. It also removes the clinician’s time to fill out any forms or enter the information in manually. One clinic reported saving approximately 15 minutes per patient counseling session with the automatic registration feature.
“As the industry grows and cochlear implant clinics continue to get busier, Cochlear saw the need to create the first cloud-based solution to help patients and clinics streamline treatment and service,” said Bobbi Scheinin, Group Product Manager, Software & Clinical Care, Cochlear North America. “Cochlear Link is a huge step forward in providing the best service and support for our customers while also helping our clinic partners get back to what they love most: caring for patients, not devices.”
Cochlear began on-boarding clinics in September 2015 with Cochlear Link. As of October 2016, 202 clinics use Cochlear Link, covering more than 60,000 patients, more than half of all Cochlear recipients in the U.S.
Cochlear Link is part of Cochlear’s larger service offerings provided to clinicians at myCochlear Clinic. The myCochlear Clinic service innovations are designed to save time, help support patients and provide resources for optimal care at every stage of the patient’s journey.
Source: Cochlear Limited
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