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The Importance of Moisture Management in Hearing Instruments with Redux Technology
1.0 Continuing Education Credit
In this session, we will discuss the critical role of moisture management in hearing instruments and how Redux, an undisputed leader in drying technology, addresses this issue. With over 72 issued patents and trusted by millions of users worldwide, Redux offers the most advanced and reliable drying solutions for both professional and consumer hearing instruments.
We will explore the timeline of Redux's development, from its formation in 2012 to its market expansion in 2023. We will also examine the barriers to hearing instrument adoption and the connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline.
Moisture is a significant factor affecting the performance of hearing instruments, leading to costly repairs and replacements. Environmental factors, human factors, and user behavior contribute to moisture-related issues in hearing instruments. We will delve into the limitations of current drying methods and how Redux's patented solution addresses these shortcomings.
Redux Pro and Redux Home offer complete moisture removal with real-time data verification, improving the user experience and increasing profitability for practices. By proactively addressing moisture-related concerns, hearing care professionals can ensure the consistent and peak performance of their patients' hearing instruments, leading to improved communication and quality of life.
Join us for this informative session to learn more about the benefits of Redux technology and how it can revolutionize the hearing care industry.
Presented by Mark Campbell-Foster, AuD, Director of Audiology Sales and Marketing
Mark Campbell-Foster is an accomplished audiologist and the Director of Audiology Sales and Marketing at Redux. With over 14 years of experience in both clinical settings and the hearing healthcare industry, Mark brings a unique perspective to the field as someone with a lifelong history of hearing loss who uses bilateral cochlear implants.
Inspired by the positive influence of audiologists and hearing healthcare professionals in his own life, Mark pursued a career in audiology to advocate for others facing similar challenges. He is passionate about improving hearing care for thousands of patients worldwide through his work at Redux.
Prior to joining Redux, Mark held various positions at Cochlear, including Senior Territory Manager, Clinical Territory Manager, and Clinical Applications Specialist.
Mark holds a Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Psychology, with a concentration in American Sign Language/Deaf Studies from the College of the Holy Cross. He is well-versed in professional/public speaking, counseling, mentorship, and consulting. Mark's exceptional performance in the field has earned him multiple President's Club Awards (2012, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2021) and the 2017 CEO Award.
In his spare time, Mark supports the JDRF Foundation (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), as his nephew was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 13 months old. His nephew who is now 12 years old, has thrived despite this diagnosis and continues to enjoy life every day.
Mark lives in Boston with his family, where they enjoy spending time outdoors! Mark is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals with hearing loss and helping them achieve the best possible hearing outcomes.