Graphic of two people behind a desk testing audiological equipment
Graphic of two people behind a desk testing audiological equipment

Audiology EMR Software

OtoAccess® integrates audiological and balance testing equipment from leading manufacturers with EMR systems.

Partnered with leading manufacturers

Combine the best-in-class EMR interface with gold-standard audiological and balance equipment.

Interacoustics logo

Grason Stadler logo

MAICO Diagnostics logo

MedRx logo

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Our Solutions

OtoAccess API logo

OtoAccess® API makes it easy for other database and system suppliers to integrate with Interacoustics instruments and suites, directly from their own software. OtoAccess® API is an ideal solution for clinicians without OtoAccess® Database.

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OtoAccess Database logo

OtoAccess® Database integrates with patient record systems for seamless transfer of patient data. With its ability to export data directly to Noah, OtoAccess® Database covers the entire patient journey including the final hearing aid fitting.

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OtoAccess Worklist HL7 logo

OtoAccess® Worklist HL7 automates the communication between OtoAccess® Database and your EHR system. This means you do not have to spend time on patient creation, exports and printing or scanning.

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HearSIM™ offers easy patient data management. It supports leading manufacturer devices and extends your newborn screening possibilities. With advanced configuration and exporting options, HearSIM™ is the ideal data management tool for newborn hearing screening.

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New: Export data directly to Noah with OtoAccess® Database

When you choose a patient in OtoAccess® Database, you can press the Noah symbol in the bar over the patient list. After logging into your Noah account, you can create the patient in Noah and export supported tests. If the patient already exists in Noah, you can export sessions to that patient record. The Noah export feature is a subscription service that can run one, two or three years, which will automatically renew 30 days before expiration.

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Why is OtoAccess®
the best audiology EMR software?

It’s a bold claim and one we can’t answer entirely without bias. But, choosing the right audiology EMR software is an important decision, and we want you to have the best possible information to do so.


A trusted solution

OtoAccess® is trusted by thousands of clinicians in over 100 countries. Join your colleagues in the digital era of hearing and balance healthcare.


Best-in-class value

As a shared partner with leading audiological and balance equipment manufacturers, EMR integration with OtoAccess® is an easy and extra service at a modest fee. Save yourself the hassle of dealing with multiple suppliers.


Perform both diagnostic audiology and vestibular testing

OtoAccess® is compatible with all audiological and balance equipment from the above manufacturers. Both the small audiology clinic and the large hospital can benefit from being able to perform audiometry, tympanometry, ABR, OAE, hearing aid verification and balance testing.


We’re just getting started with the digitalization of audiology

We’re constantly upping our manpower to ensure quick and quality software development, implementation, and support. With support teams located across the globe, you can reach us 24/7.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the benefit of EMRs and EHRs?

Electronic medical records (EMRs) and electronic health records (EHRs) both serve the purpose of improving the healthcare provided to the patient. Especially when they are integrated, EMRs and EHRs are powerful tools to improve patient management and to reduce treatment errors or any unnecessary treatment.

What does it mean when your systems ‘interface’?

When your systems or solutions ‘interface’, they can interact or communicate with each other. If you are a healthcare professional, especially at larger clinics or hospitals, you probably use several systems on a day-to-day basis. Ideally, they should interface with each other when each system receives new information or when you wish to retrieve any information.

What is HL7 integration?

HL7, also known as Health Level 7, is a messaging framework for transferring clinical and administrative data between healthcare entities. An example could be transferring data between a software solution from Interacoustics to an electronic health record (EHR) system. HL7 integration is what allows the software solution and the EHR system in the example above to interface with each other.

What is the difference between an EMR and an EHR?

An electronic medical record (EMR) is narrower than an electronic health record (EHR). An EMR focuses on a patient’s medical history while an EHR adopts a broader perspective of the patient’s health in general.

What are the benefits of HL7 integration?

The HL7 framework and HL7 integration enable different healthcare system and solution providers to exchange clinical data in a structured format, allowing for otherwise unsecure and labor-intensive processes to be automated. Not only does this make data handling efficient for the clinician, it enables a less variable medical care across healthcare providers, as all clinical data is readily available.

Why is it important to integrate your systems?

Without integration, you will most likely spend a lot of time on manual administrative tasks. For example, if your software solution and electronic health record (EHR) system do not interface, you would have to perform a few manual steps to transfer data from one to the other. Speaking with clinicians worldwide, this includes printouts, exports, scanning and so forth. These are all time-consuming efforts. Integrating your systems eliminates the need for these manual administrative tasks, which are not central to the healthcare you provide.

What is an HL7 order-based workflow?

To answer this question, we will use OtoAccess® Worklist HL7 to exemplify an HL7 order-based workflow. In this example, the HL7 order-based workflow would look as follows:

  1. An EMR or EHR system sends an order (ORM) message to OtoAccess® Worklist HL7. The ORM message will typically contain patient demographics, appointment information and the required test(s).
  2. OtoAccess® Worklist HL7 makes the patient available for testing.
  3. After testing, OtoAccess® Worklist HL7 sends a result (ORU) message to the EMR or EHR system. The ORU message will typically contain the test report.

Which HL7 versions are used?

HL7 version 2.x is the most widely used messaging standard for exchanging clinical data. HL7 version 3 is a more comprehensive standard but is not widely adopted. The HL7 FHIR standard is expected to become widely adopted during the coming years due to its superior and modern architecture.

What is the difference between an API, REST and a RESTful API?

An application programming interface (API) provides a unified manner to process data. This allows software applications to exchange data. REST is an architectural style, which determines how data is presented to a client in a way that is efficient for the client. Finally, a RESTful API utilizes HTTP requests to send, extract and delete data.