Audiometry

Protect Your Employees' Ears, Protect Your Business

Protect your employees’ hearing health and your company’s bottom line with our comprehensive Hearing Conservation Program. We offer customizable audiograms via mobile services, available annually, pre-employment, or as needed. Don’t just meet regulations, exceed them.

Key Benefits of Audiometry

  • Audiometric testing to assess the effects of noise exposure on hearing
  • Identification of at-risk individuals for developing noise-induced hearing loss
  • Monitoring of progress for individuals with noise-induced hearing loss
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of hearing protection devices

For Your Customized Program and Pricing

Why Choose Our Hearing Conservation Program?

In any industry where noise is a concern, ensuring the auditory health of your employees is not just a regulatory requirement but also a business imperative. Poor hearing health can result in decreased productivity, increased incidents, and long-term healthcare costs.

Tuned Partnership: Elevating Our Hearing Conservation Program

We are excited to announce our partnership with Tuned, the only comprehensive, virtual hearing benefit available for employees and their families. This collaboration allows us to offer a more robust range of services that include:

  • Remote Annual Hearing Screenings: Using the most clinically validated and comprehensive screening suite available.

  • Virtual Consultations: Speak with an audiologist to review screening results, and receive personalized guidance and recommendations for conserving and protecting your hearing.

  • No Co-Pays or Added Costs: Benefit from a range of vetted solutions, such as FDA-approved devices and apps, at no extra cost.

  • Education and Strategies: Receive education and strategies for hearing conservation and loss prevention, enabling a healthier, safer, and more productive workforce.

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Financial Impacts of Occupational Hearing Loss

According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), approximately 12% of working U.S. adults have hearing problems, with about 25% of those relating to occupational noise exposures. Additionally, the financial burden on employers is equally large; NIOSH estimated workers' compensation claims due to occupational hearing loss disability at about $242 million annually.  The good news is that Occupational Hearing Loss (OHL) is preventable. The financial liability can be significantly reduced if employers and workplace executives implement proactive control measures that limit its substantial effect on the employees.

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Employee safety is a high priority for many employers, especially companies covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. There are several steps businesses can take to proactively value employee safety. By taking these actions, you can create a safe work environment for your employees and reduce the risk of accidents. Here is our guide to proactively valuing employee safety!

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Our Services

Our Hearing Conservation Program offers a range of services designed to protect your employees’ auditory health and meet your company’s specific needs. One of our core offerings is flexible audiogram services. These are conducted via specialized mobile units for maximum convenience without compromising thoroughness.

  • Audiograms: Your First Line of Defense: These aren’t just basic tests; they can be tailored to address your organization’s unique requirements, providing crucial data on your workforce’s hearing health.

 

  • Audiometry: More Than Just a Test: Our approach helps in the implementation of preventive measures, making it a long-term investment in employee well-being.

 

  • At-Risk Identification: This allows for timely interventions that not only protect employee health but also reduce the long-term costs associated with chronic hearing issues.

 

  • Device Effectiveness Evaluation: If you’re uncertain about the efficacy of your current protection devices, our evaluations can provide you with the data you need to make informed decisions.

Why choose Work Health Solutions?

With a passion for reducing employer costs through proactive healthcare, Work Health Solutions offers a different perspective on occupational health. We build customized programs to fit your needs and work with you to find top talent and resources to manage those programs.

Our Hearing Conservation Program is designed to safeguard your employees and your business. Get in touch today for a custom quote tailored to your needs.

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Dr. Michael Tenison

A series of notable accomplishments distinguish Dr. Michael Tenison’s career in medical operations and healthcare management:

  • Successfully led medical operations at a national healthcare provider, focusing on optimizing healthcare delivery and patient outcomes.
  • Oversaw the regional medical practices in key markets like Oregon and Northern California, ensuring consistent, quality medical care and service delivery.
  • Demonstrated exceptional leadership in building and mentoring a large medical provider team, enhancing team performance and patient care standards.
  • Implemented strategic company policies and protocols, significantly improving center efficiency, clinical quality, and patient experiences.
  • Played a pivotal role in financial planning and identifying growth opportunities for healthcare services, contributing to the organization’s overall success.
  • Served as a primary point of contact for regional employer clients and insurance companies, fostering strong relationships and effective communication.
  • Maintained high medical care and case management standards through diligent supervision, chart audits, and performance metric analysis.

Dr. Matt Feeley

Dr. Matt Feeley is a renowned figure in military aviation medicine, with a robust background in occupational and environmental medicine from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 

  • Former Naval Flight Surgeon, exemplifying his expertise in aerospace medicine and commitment to military health.
  • Served with distinction at NSA Bahrain and HSM-37, earning the COMPACFLT Flight Surgeon of the Year award for exceptional medical service.
  • Supported U.S. Marines VMFA-323 aboard the USS Nimitz, MACG-38, and VMU-3, demonstrating versatility and leadership in diverse medical environments.
  • Broad interests and significant contributions in global health, corporate medicine, and aerospace medicine, highlighting his multidisciplinary approach.
  • Proven track record as a dynamic leader, well-equipped to face the challenges in a fractional medical directorship role with innovative solutions.

Dr. Glen Cheng

A physician-attorney with a dedication to healthcare innovation, informatics, and digital health.

  • Currently spearheads employee health protection and promotion within the VA Pittsburgh Health Care System.
  • Trained in residency at Harvard, achieving board certification as a physician; also a licensed patent attorney with experience as FDA regulatory counsel.
  • Co-founded Acceleromics, a consulting firm providing clinical and regulatory guidance to digital health startups.

Erin Davis

 Chief Clinical Officer at Work Health Solutions, certified in Adult-Gerontology (AGNP-C) and Athletic Training (ATC).

  • Oversees clinical operations and ensures high clinical standards across the company’s national field staff.
  • Former Manager of Clinic Operations and Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner at Stanford University Occupational Health Center (SUOHC).
  • Specialized in treating occupational injuries and illnesses, and provided medical surveillance and travel medicine consults at Stanford and SLAC National Accelerator Lab.
  • Dedicated to sports and occupational injury treatment and prevention.
  • Assistant Clinical Faculty at UCSF, mentoring students in clinical rotations within the Adult Gerontology and Occupational and Environmental Health Program.
  • Holds leadership roles as Treasurer and President Elect of the California El Camino Real Association of Occupational Health Nurses (CECRAOHN), affiliated with the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN).

Dr. Robert Goldsmith

Expert in benefits design and onsite innovation with specialization in the pharmaceutical industry.

  • Previous role as Executive Director for Employee Health at Novartis Services, Inc., leading health services and clinical support.
  • Instrumental in creating an integrated healthcare system at Novartis.
  • Former private practice in internal medicine in Stamford, Connecticut, and Medical Director consultant for GTE Corporation.
  • Transitioned to GE as a Global Medical Director in 2000.
  • Holds a medical degree from Albert Einstein College, an MPH from the University of Connecticut, and completed training at Greenwich Hospital and Yale-New Haven Medical Center.
  • Assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at the Vagelos School of Medicine, Columbia University.
  • Serves as a team physician for high school athletes in Stamford.
  • Published works on occupational health risks, primary prevention, and exercise-induced asthma.